(All pot sizes are approximate)
Hardy, half-hardy and tender perennials for sale, from ground covering to towering monsters. Perennials for sun or shade and moist or dry soils.
(Painted daisy), Family Asteraceae, Originating from S.W. Asia. A bushy herbaceous perennial with fine, feathery dark green leaves. Red, daisy-like flowers with a large, golden, central disc, are freely produced in summer.
(Meadow Rue), AGM, Family Ranunculaceae, Originating from Japan. Stout stems rising from aquilegia-like foliage in the spring. Clusters of tiny pearl-like buds that open to lilac flowers with striking yellow anthers.
(Early-flowering borage, Abraham-Isaac-Jacob), Family Boraginaceae, Originating from Eastern Europe. An invaluable plant for deep shade, even dry shade, Trachystemon produces starry blue flowers.
Family Commelinaceae, Garden origin. A vigorous perennial with vibrant golden foliage and gentian-blue flowers in June/July.
(syn. Tulbaghia violacea 'Variegata', Variegated society garlic), AGM, Family Alliaceae, Originating from South Africa. A herbaceous clump forming perennial with strap like grey green and cream,garlic scented leaves. Fragrant umbels of lilac flowers.
(syn. Verbascum 'Arctic Summer', Silver mullein 'Arctic Summer'), Family Scrophulariaceae, Garden origin. Rosette-forming biennial or short-lived, evergreen perennial. Large, woolly, silver-grey leaves with silver-grey stems bearing bright yellow, saucer-shaped f
Family Verbenaceae, Garden origin. Shorter, stockier plant than Verbena bonariensis. For colour in the exotic flower garden, nothing beats Verbena bonariensis when mixed with dazzling orange dahlias and dark leaved cannas.
(Culver's root 'Red Arrows'), Family Plantaginaceae, Originating from North America. Tall, erect, herbaceous perennial, lance-shaped, pointed, toothed, dark green leaves with upright red stems. Racemes of red buds opening to violet flowers from midsummer to early
Family Saxifragaceae, Garden origin. Mukdenia - Bergenia cross that forms compact-mounds, leathery foliage with jagged margins and dark-pink flowers blooming in April, May and June.
(syn. Zauschneria californica 'Glasnevin', California fuchsia 'Dublin'), AGM, Family Onagraceae, Originating from USA. Spreading, deciduous dwarf sub-shrub with narrowly lance-shaped, grey-green leaves and loose terminal spikes of brilliant scarlet tubular flower
(Foamy bells), AGM, Family Saxifragaceae, Garden origin. Evergreen, clump-forming perennial, trailing large, lobed leaves which are chartreuse-green with deep crimson markings. White flowers in spring and summer. Attractive to pollinating insects.
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