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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.
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.
('Rain of Fire'.) An old French hybrid, possibly pushed to the wayside by the newer flamboyant introductions. In early summer spikes of small vivid red flowers appear.
A colourful plant with young leaves emerging purple in spring, maturing to a deep green with bold red to purple veining, overlaid with a flush of light silver.
Clumps of light green leaves with silver markings are topped by masses of tiny white flowers in summer. Makes a good cut flower. For the front of a border in retentive soil in sun, or part-shade.
A stunning tall bearded Iris with deep purple standards and almost black falls from May to June. Slightly scented.
Intermediate Iris with deep purple falls and pale blue standards from late April to June. Scented flowers.
Tall bearded Iris with pink standards and deeper pink falls with orange beards.
Tall to intermediate bearded Iris with beautiful delicate apricot-pink flowers with pale pink tinted yellow falls and a tangerine-orange beard in mid-spring.
Tall bearded Iris with scented white flowers from May to June.
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