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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 very long-flowering species (June to September), with masses of purple-pink flowers over tidy mounds of foliage. A good choice for underplanting in shade, will tolerate dry shade when established
Perennial with long stems bearing semi-double, Rose-like, orange-yellow flowers with a red tinge from early-mid summer.
Robust bulbous plant with beautiful funnel-shaped pink flowers in summer. Borderline hardy.
Sumptuous, ruby-red daisies to 8cm across from July to September. This is a versatile plant equally at home in a mixed or herbaceous border and goes particularly well with ornamental grasses. Attracts bees and butterflies.
A late, tall perennial Sunflower with fully double yellow daisies from August to October.
Perennial with large, rich yellow-orange Lily flowers from June to July.
Perennial with large, semi-double, yellow lily-like flowers mid-summer.
Perennial with night scented, bright yellow Lily-like flowers from June to July.
Used to be called Schizostylis. Large scarlet-red, star shaped flowers appear from from autumn to early winter. For reliably moist soil in full sun.
Neat and compact species with large, sunny, orange-yellow daisies in summer. For any reasonble soil in full sun. Apreciates a sheltered spot. A magnet for bees and butterflies!
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