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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.
('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
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.
Perfect for a meadow or wild garden this elegant perennial has dark purple, finely cut leaves and flat heads of white flowers from April-July.
A beautiful perennial with large, pure white flowers with long spurs from May to June. Strong growing.
A mildew-resistant cultivar, neat and low-growing, and covered with pink flowers in autumn. Good in normal to dry-ish soils, sun to part-shade.
A mildew-resistant cultivar, producing masses of lavender-blue flowers in late summer and autumn. Looks lovely paired with Aster (Eurybia) divaricata, in a partly shaded spot.
An upright cultivar growing to about 2 feet, with masses of dainty white flowers in the autumn. Sun, but will also cheer up a slightly shaded border.
A no-stake cultivar with masses of small semi-double white daisies in late summer. 60 to 70 cm (2 to 2Ĺ feet).
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