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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.
Unusual species with blue Ageratum-like flower heads from July to October. Great for bees and butterflies. For sun to part shade in moist but well drained soil. May spread vigourously in good soil.
A tall perennial with variegated leaves and umbels of purple-pink flowers in late summer. Very good for bees and butterflies.
Tall, late flowering perennial with large, flattened heads of white flowers over broad green leaves from August to September. Loved by bees and butterlies.
A hybrid between G. wallichianum 'Buxton's Variety' & G. himalayense. Intense blue flowers appear over a long period on a sprawling plant.
An excellent hardy geranium with mounds of lush green foliage topped by large mauve-pink flowers with darker veining from May to July.
A superb violet-blue flowered cultivar forming spreading clumps of attractively cut leaves. Very good for smothering weeds.
Bushy, clump-forming cultivar with deeply cut leaves and violet-purple flowers from early to mid summer.
Large, clump-forming hybrid with soft, hairy green leaves which turn red in autumn.
A compact, clump-forming perennial with masses of clear pink flowers over small, deeply cut, leaves from May to June.
A compact, clump-forming variety with delicate, pale pink flowers with dark pink veining over small, deeply cut, leaves from June September.
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