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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.
Bulbous plant with small, oval, reddish-purple flower heads in early summer. Looks good with grasses.
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£5.00more info....
('Little Red Riding Hood'). A lovely cultivar with very deep pink semi-double flowers in summer and autumn.
Still the best tall, single white Japanese Anemone in our opinion. Very free flowering, putting on a lovely display of large, single white flowers with a pink tinged reverse from July-September.
A beautiful perennial with large, pure white flowers with long spurs from May to June. Strong growing.
Perennial with single, bell-shaped red flowers with white inner petals from May-June. Good for cut flowers and attracting Bees.stems. Good for cut flowers and attracting bees.
Attractive cultivar with bronze-purple foliage and bright pink flowers from May to August. Ideal for a rockery.
Very compact perennial with small finely cut leaves. Open panicles of tiny cream flowers in early summer.
Asclepias incarnata 'Soulmate'
Coming from the USA, where it is the food plant of the Monarch Butterfly caterpillar, this upright perennial produces head soft dusky pink flowers through the summer.
A superb perennial for autumn colour with violet-blue daisies with yellow centres from September to October.
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