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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 spectacular bulb with large rounded heads of purple flowers with stalks of differing lengths giving a firework-like effect. Alliums make a great statement and focal point in a border. Grow in sun and well drained soil. Drought tolerant. Attracts bees and butterflies. Height: 50cm (2ft)
Rarely offered, this US native produces masses of pale mauve - pink flowers very late in the year, a much appreciated source of food for bees and butterflies.
A bushy perennial with narrow leaves topped with star-shaped pale blue flowers in early summer. Fairly drought tolerant. Reasonable soil in sun/ part shade.
Anemone hupehensis 'Little Princess'
A sport of Anemone hupehensis 'Praecox', this make compact suckering mounds growing to around 12 - 15" covered in pink flowers in late summer. Will tolerate dryish soils once established. Its compact habit makes it suitable for growing on cont£6.00more info....
('Little Red Riding Hood'). A lovely, compact cultivar with very deep pink semi-double flowers in summer and autumn.
A very long flowering hybrid with brilliant white flowers with a blue-grey reverse. Compact habit makes it ideal for providing lots of interest at the front of a shady border
Plant this little bulb in groups and it will form carpets of mauve-blue flowers which will give a display from March-April. Ideal for planting beneath deciduous trees and shrubs with no maintenance needed
Plant this little bulb in groups and it will form carpets of pink flowers which will give a display from March-April. Ideal for planting beneath deciduous trees and shrubs with no maintenance needed
Anemone hupehensis 'Praecox'
One of the earliest flowering of the Japanese Anemones, often flowering at the beginning of August. Single medium violet-purple flowers. Grow in moist, well drained soil in sun/ part shade.
Double, deep pink flowers from July-August. For moist, well drained soil in sun/part shade. Suitable for a woodland garden.
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