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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 quite rare cultivar, with large semi-double white flowers which do ressemble the Edelweiss.
A compact cultivar covered in masses of peachy-pink fully double flowers in late autumn. Great for the front of a border, or in a pot.
Strong, vigorous, hardy Chrysanth with deep magenta-pink daisies with a yellow centre in autumn.
A compact, early flowering cultivar with sented, single soft-pink daisies to 3in across from July-September. Excellent, long lasting cut flower. Attracts butterflies. Grow in well drained soil in full sun. Hardy
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.
Bright apricot-orange trumpet-shaped flowers from late summer to autumn. 9 cm pots.
Hardy Cyclamen with pink flowers in autumn. The mottled leaves appear after the flowers, and remain through the winter.
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.
Attractive spring-flowering perennial with soft ferny leaves and racemes of red, heart-shaped flowers from April to June.
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