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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.
Recently introduced, this form of our native Vervain has deep purple leaves, most striking when they first emerge in spring. An open airy tangle of stems are covered with small pink flowers.
A tall North American perennial in the Aster family, which makes a great partner for tall grasses in a prairie-style planting. Heads of tightly packed purple flowers in September to October, loved by bees and butterflies.
('Snow Giant'.) Growing to around 60 to 80 cm, not sure where the reference to Giant fits in. Nonetheless this is a good plant for growing in wet heavy soil, along with Lythrum, Filipendula etc.
A tall plant for the back of a border. Delicate spires of pale pink flowers appear on upright stems in late summer.
Good ground cover perennial, for some early colour, with glossy green leaves and single, bright yellow, saucer-shaped flowers from late spring-early summer.
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