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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 superb Iris for a water garden or bog garden. Velvety, deep purple flowers in late spring-early summer. Can also be grown in garden soil as long as it is reliably moist. Height 90cm
Clumps of leaves emerge stained purple at the base in spring, with tall stems carrying 3-4 flowers with violet-purple standards and falls. In May to June.1 litre pots.
Siberian Iris with large deep blue flowers May to June.
Compact perennial with burgundy-red, pin cushion flowers from June-September. For well drained, preferably neutral to alkaline soil in full sun/ part shade. Attracts bees and butterflies.
A compact perennial with pokers of red flowers from June to October. For well drained, neutral to acidic soil in full sun.
A pretty little deciduous bulbous plant from grasslands in eastern South Africa, sporting sprays of tiny pale pinky mauve flowers in spring amongst neatly striped olive green leaves.
A lovely cultivar with masses of pale yellow flowers in summer. Needs well-drained soil in sun. Makes a superb long-lasting cut flower and is loved by bees and butterflies.
A lovely long-flowering Shasta Daisy, fully double white flowers of shredded petals open to reveal a yellow eye. This makes an excellent cut flower too.
A compact form growing to around 50cm high with shredded double white flowers with a yellow centre
An evergreen perennial with clumps of narrow, sword-shaped orange-tinted green leaves and bowl shaped white flowers in late spring. An excellent subject for a pot in a sunny, sheltered garden
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