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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.
Name uncertain. Evergreen perennial with deep green, long, grass-like leaves. Spreads slowly to give ground cover
An abundance of deep red-pink flowers from midsummer to mid-autumn. Goes with everything including bright reds and softer shades. A good strong growing hardy penstemon which has been a favorite with gardeners for years.
A hardy variety with narrow leaves and tall spires of mid- to pastel pink flowers on purple tinged stems over a long period in summer and autumn. Sun to part-shade in well-drained soil.
One of the darkest coloured Penstemons. Large, dark maroon flowers with a paler throat from midsummer to mid-autumn. Well drained soil in sun part shade, preferably in a sheltered position.
Large, pure white tubular flowers from midsummer to mid-autumn. For fertile, well drained soil in sun/ part shade.
A very long flowering and reliable Penstemon with crimson flowers with a white throat from June-October. This tough hybrid was bred in Switzerland in 1939 and copes well with the British climate.
A low-growing, spreading cultivar with vivid bright blue flowers, turning purple with age, from mid-summer to mid-autumn. For fertile, well drained soil in sun to part shade.
A very large majestic perennial. Clump-forming so doesn't run, but does need space to show off the arching stems with large green leaves topped by frothy white flower panicles in summer - autumn. Copes well with poorly drained/ heavy soil.
A spreading plant for damp soil in sun to part-shade where it will form a carpet of green leaves from which arise spikes of small white flowers, from July to October. Copes well with poorly drained/ heavy soil.
Persicaria microcephala 'Red Dragon'
Striking foliage plant with pointed redish purple leaves with a paler V marking.
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