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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.
Clump-forming perennial with erect stems carrying deep red/maroon thistle-like flowers to 3cm across, from early to mid-summer. Makes a bold statement in the border.
A tall cultivar with large bright yellow daisies to 3in across from early to midsummer. For well drained soil in full sun.
Bright apricot-orange trumpet-shaped flowers from late summer to autumn.
Fairly new in cultivation, this South African species has an upright habit, in contrast to other Diascias. Very long-flowering, this is a valuable plant for a sunny border.
Hardy creeping Diascia with rose-pink flowers from summer to autumn. Grow in fertile, well drained soil in full sun. Ideal for a rockery/ border edge.
Large deep purple daisies with orange centres from July to September. For well drained soil in full sun. Attracts bees and butterflies.
A great plant for chalky or alkaline soils. Violet daisies appear on bushy medium height plants from May to August. Sun and well drained soil. Great for Bees and Butterflies.
A compact, bushy perennial for a sunny spot with masses of small, white-turning-to-pink daisies from June to October.
A very attractive cultivar, with large strap-shaped leaves emerging beetroot-red. Masses of star-shaped pinky white flowers adorn red upright stems which are topped with a tuft of leafy bracts.
Spectacular bulbous plant with white flowers on huge pineapple-like, 1.5ft flower heads in late summer, followed by black seed pods. Grow in very well drained soil in full sun. Hardy to -10°C. Mulch in winter.
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