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Hardy, half-hardy and tender perennials for sale, from ground covering to towering monsters. Perennials for sun or shade and moist or dry soils.
(white baneberry, DNA plant), Family Ranunculaceae, Originating from E North America. A clump forming herbaceous perennial with divided and deeply toothed bright green leaves. In spring and summer erect racemes of fluffy white flowers on long stems.
(African blue lily), AGM, Family Agapanthaceae, Originating from South Africa. A vigorous perennial with large clumps of dark green, leathery, strap-shaped leaves and a 60cm tall flowering stem bearing a rounded head of bluebell blue funnel-shaped flowers.
(white African lily), Family Agapanthaceae, Originating from South Africa. Cultivar of the blue flowering species with evergreen long, strap-shaped leaves and short, thick, fleshy stems bearing spectacular umbels of pure white flowers.
(Dark blue lily of the Nile), Family Agapanthaceae, Originating from South Africa and Madagascar. Almost black stems and buds open to reveal rich, deep violet blooms held well above the foliage.
(African lily), AGM, Family Agapanthaceae, Originating from South Africa. A vigorous perennial with large clumps of dark green, leathery, strap-shaped leaves and a 60cm tall flowering stem bearing a rounded pendulous umbel of inky black buds opening into flowers.
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(African lily, Nile lily), Family Agapanthaceae, Garden origin. Clump forming semi-evergreen with large, rich deep blue flowers in rounded heads on tall dark purple stained stems. Strap like mid green leaves.
(syn. Agapanthus 'Geagold', African lily 'Gold Strike'), Family Agapanthaceae, Garden origin. A striking clump forming perennial with narrow strap like golden edged leaves and erect stems bearing umbels of blue and lighter blue striped flowers.
(African lilly), Family Agapanthaceae, Originating from South Africa. An evergreen clump forming perennial with dark green strap like leaves. 'Midnight Blue' produces clusters of trumpet shaped flowers which are a very deep blue.
(Lily of the Nile 'Pavlova), Family Agapanthaceae, Originating from South Africa. A stunning new variety with evergreen leaves and large globular heads of long-lasting, creamy white flowers in summer.
(Dwarf lady's mantle), Family Rosaceae, Originating from The Balkans. Forms a compact mound of blue/green leaves, often tinged red in sun, and clusters of chartreuse flowers in spring.
(Lily-of-the-Incas, Orange King Peruvian-lily), Family Alstroemeriaceae, Originating from Chile and Argentina. A hardy deciduous clump forming perennial with mid green lance shaped leaves lining the waxy stems. Clusters of large funnel shaped deep Orange flowers.
(Peruvian Lily), Family Alstroemeriaceae, Originating from S. America. Deciduous, upright, bushy, tuberous perennial. Dark green lance-shaped leaves with open clusters of funnel-shaped, red flowers with flecked, yellow throats from early summer into autumn.
(syn. Anemone × hybrida 'Pamina', Japanese anemone 'Pamina'), AGM, Family Ranunculaceae, Garden origin. Erect perennial spreading by suckers, with divided foliage and double, deep pink flowers, forming a neat rosette of many narrow tepals.
(Japanese Anemone), Family Ranunculaceae, Semi-double large flowers almost white suffused with soft rose-pink, lobed dark, green leaves. Flowers from late summer through to October, spreading habit.
(Japanese anemone 'Whirlwind'), Family Ranunculaceae, Garden origin. Tall suckering perennial with large leaves of three leaflets, and semi-double white flowers with narrow, slightly rolled petals in summer.
(Dwarf schmidt wormwood), AGM, Family Asteraceae, Originating from Japan. A semi-evergreen perennial forming a low-growing mound of soft, frilly silver foliage. Whilst cultivated for its foliage, it does produce small yellow flower heads.
(Wild ginger 'Silver Panda'), Family Aristolochiaceae, Originating from Asia. A dramatic, evergreen shade loving plant with large silver marbled leaves and prolific clusters of white eyed, black flowers.
(Chinese wild ginger), Family Aristolochiaceae, Originating from China. Large dark evergreen, silver marbled arrow shaped leaves and clusters of dramatic brown and white banded flowers in spring/summer.
(flower of the dead, Jacob's rod, King's spear), Family Asphodelaceae, Originating from Turkey. A clump-forming perennial forming a rosette of very long, narrow, grass-like blue/green leaves.
(Mountain Astelia), Family Asteliaceae, Originating from New Zealand. An architectural evergreen perennial with strap-shaped, silver/grey, leaves that take on red tones in winter. Possibly the hardiest of the Astelias.
(syn. Astilbe Color Flash Lime, False Goat's Beard, False Spirea), Family Saxifragaceae, Garden origin. A herbaceous mound forming perennial with fern like bright yellow - lime green foliage in spring which fades to chartreuse with maturity.
(False Goat's Beard, False Spirea), Family Saxifragaceae, Garden origin. A stunning shade loving perennial with robust lacy bronze green leaves and feathery plumes of dusky reddish purple flowers over a long period in midsummer.
(syn. Baptisia caerulea, false indigo, bastard lupine), AGM, Family Papilionaceae, Originating from E USA. A tough and beautiful clump forming perennial with silvery green trifoliate leaves and erect indigo blue pea like flowers.
(elephant's ears 'Dumbo'), Family Saxifragaceae, Garden origin. Semi-evergreen, clump-forming, rhizomatous perennial with large, rounded, leathery leaves which are covered in fine hairs and may be deciduous in cold areas. In spring, short spikes of very pale pink
(Elephant's ears 'Claire Maxine'), AGM, Family Saxifragaceae, Originating from China, Himalayas. A robust evergreen clump forming perennial. 'Claire Maxine' is notable for its super glossy foliage turning from green to deep red in autumn.
(Elephant ears, Winter glow, Winterglut), Family Saxifragaceae, Originating from Central Asia. Tough, easy to grow evergreen perennial with thick, leathery leaves that take on rich red hues in winter, bright pink/red flowers rise on strong sturdy stems.
(Elephant's ears 'Eden's Magic Giant'), AGM, Family Saxifragaceae, Originating from China, Afghanistan, Himalayas. Impressively large leathery, crumpled leaves - red flushed/dark green, turning deep mahogany in winter.
(Alexander's Great Brunnera), Family Boraginaceae, Originating from Belarus. Deciduous perennial forming a huge mound of very large, heart-shaped, silvered leaves. Sprays of small, sky blue, forget-me-not flowers.
(Siberian bugloss), Family Boraginaceae, Garden origin. Large heart shaped foliage with golden tones overlaying silver mottled variegation. Forget-me-not type flowers in spring.
(Siberian bugloss 'Jack Frost'), AGM, Family Boraginaceae, Originating from Turkey, the Caucasus and Georgia to w Siberia. We grow this perennial for its large dramatic silver foliage and bright blue forget-me-not flowers in spring.
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