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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.
Spreading evergreen perennial, with masses of dainty yellow flowers in spring, over colourful foliage.
Epimedium warleyense 'Ellen Willmott'
A spreading perennial, with masses of dainty coppery-orange and yellow flowers in spring, over colourful foliage. Ideal for planting under trees and shrubs.
An ancient plant forming spreading clumps of stiffly upright narrow green stems with dark bands. Its spreading nature can be controlled by growing in a container. Grow in shallow water up to about 4 inches deep.
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 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.
Eupatorium (Conoclinium) coelestinum
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.
Probably now fistulosum f. albidum 'Massive White' Tall, late flowering perennial with large, flattened heads of white flowers over broad green leaves from August to September. Loved by bees and butterlies.
Flowering from August to October, this has masses of pale mauve flowers on tall stems. For sun and well-drained soil, lovely with grasses and Crocosmias.
A hybrid between G. wallichianum 'Buxton's Variety' & G. himalayense. Intense blue flowers appear over a long period on a sprawling plant.
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