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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.
This low growing plant is ideal for dry, sandy, chalky or low fertility soil. Wiry stems with narrow leaves carry masses of tiny pink flowers in summer. Great for a rockery or alpine bed and very drought tolerant
A bold hardy perennial with mounds of hairy leaves topped by spikes of whorlerd pale yellow flowers summer to autumn. Leave the flower heads on for winter interest. Full sun, normal soil.
Single, bright-yellow flowers with a red centre in late summer. Ideal for softening the edge or filling gaps in the front of the border. Low growing/ trailing
An early flowering species, easy to grow in damp to boggy soil. Will take some sun if soil is moist. Pale lavender balls of small flowers appear on upright stems from April to June. May seed around, so ideal for a wild area.£6.00more info....
Spreading perennial with attractive spotted foliage and cobalt blue flowers, which emerge pink, from March to May.
Perennial with black-centred golden daisies to 12 cm 5in across, on widely-branched stems, from July to September. Attracts bees and butterflies.
Lovely variety with aromatic leaves and deep purple-blue flowers from May-September. A magnet for Bees. Needs well drained soil in a sheltered, sunny position.
Spectacular Salvia from the bogs of South America with tall spires of stunning Royal-blue flowers from August to November.
A short form of Bog Sage with royal-blue flowers from August to November. Needs free draining soil in this country, and a warm spot. Ideal for smaller gardens and doesn't need staking. Spreads, but controllable.
Attractive perennial with deep red bottle-brush like flower heads from May to July.
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