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Hardy perennials are the mainstay of the herbaceous border, giving colour through the year for very litte effort and attracting bees and butterflies into the garden.
A good variety, producing wide heads of vibrant deep red flowers, which maintain their colour as they age.
Heads of brick-red, fading to brick orange flowers from June-August. For well drained soil in full sun. Drought tolerant, excellent cut flower and attracts butterflies.
Large, flat heads of terracotta flowers fading to yellow. Good for bees and butterflies.
A very pretty variety with flat heads of pale creamy-yellow heads of flowers which appear over a long period in summer. Great for bees and butterflies. Sun and well-drained soil.
Moisture loving grass-like perennial suitable for growing in pond margins.
Medium height, deciduous cultivar with loose heads of sky-blue flowers from July August.
Dwarf deciduous cultivar with round umbels of white flowers from July to September.
A compact semi-evergreen cultivar with pale lilac-blue flowers in summer.
A rarely offered slightly tender perennial for a sunny border. Long flowering and good for bees!
Evergreen cultivar with deep purple leaves and spikes of vivid blue flowers from April to June.
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