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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.
Kniphofia 'Nancy's Red'
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
Heads of dainty, skyward facing, small pale pink flowers are held on stiff stems in mid-summer. For moist, fertile soil in sun to part shade.
Lovely clump-forming species with masses of tall, slender spikes of small, star-shaped white flowers from Juneto August.
A cultivar of a British native perennial, with upright spikes of magenta-pink flowers in mid to late summer.
Spires of pale pink, saucer-shaped flowers from June-September. For moist but well drained soil in full sun. Cut back hard after flowering. Good for bees and butterflies
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