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Chocolate vine. Vigorous semi-evergreen twining climber with dark purple-red vanilla scented flowers in spring.
Very tall Allium, with large heads often up to six inches in diameter.
Nodding pale blue flowers with white centres followed by fluffy seedheads. Group 1– pruning unnecessary but cut back after flowering if needed.
Scented creamy white flowers in winter on a vigorous evergreen plant. Group 1– pruning unnecessary but cut back after flowering if needed.
Soft pink semi-double flowers with prominent yellow stamens in late spring and early summer. Group 1– pruning unnecessary but cut back after flowering if needed.
Rich deep velvety purple flowers from mid-summer to early autumn. Group 3 – Cut hard back to a pair of buds about 20cm from the ground in late winter.
Large lilac pink flowers with dark pink bars in early summer and again in early autumn. Group 2 – Prune lightly in early spring.
Large lavender pink flowers with prominent red stamens from early summer to early autumn. Group 3 – Cut hard back to a pair of buds about 20cm from the ground in late winter.
A bushy Daphne with glossy evergreen leaves covered with fragrant white flushed pink/purple flowers from mid to late spring.
Smaller bright green, crinkle edged leaves with copper coloured flowers. Evergreen and good groundcover.
Classic plant of the Edwardian herbaceous border well due for a revival. Shining white pea flowers for weeks over summer. Easy in any reasonable soil.
Long flowering with very pale pink almost white flowers. Dark green foliage takes on attractive bronze tints in cooler weather.
Compact with nodding red-pink flowers from late spring (reblooming later on), and soft hairy mid-green leaves. Perfect in a moistish spot with dark Astrantias like Ruby Star.
One of the hardiest and best known Hebes. Glaucous blue leaves with red margins and short spikes of lilac blue flowers in summer. Try planting with purple leaved plants such a Cotinus Royal Purple or Pittosporum Tom Thumb or with Penstemons such as Hidcote Pink
Bright yellow daisies with very dark purple almost black stems a fine choice for the back of a border where the flowers will gracefully move in the wind. Also an excellent cut flower.
Low growing with green tinged white flowers and dark green leaves mottled with silver.
Tall Bearded. Bred by renown breeder Cedric Morris. Lavender buds open to classy soft pink unruffled flowers with tangerine beards. Spicy scent.
Choice greenish yellow variety.
Similar in habit to grandiflora and formosa but with yellow leaves and an orange central vein; complemented by orange seed pods. The effect when planted in quantity is bright and warm.
Ragged Robin. Rose-pink star shaped flowers above dark green foliage in early summer. Likes moist soil.
Pretty white form of our native Ragged Robin. Shining star shaped flowers in early summer above dark green foliage. Excellent in moist soils and as a marginal plant by water.
Recently introduced ; this is the first Mahonia to be 'spine-free'. Mound forming in habit with pinnate leaves, bright yellow flowers and blue/black berries.
Excellent spreading plant for groundcover in moist shady areas especially wilder situations. White spring flowers are followed by red or pink striped fruit.
Dwarf catmint with spike of pure white flowers over a long period in summer.
Spotted leaves with coral pink flowers in spring. Try with Aubrietia, especially in a container.
Butcher's broom. A bushy sub-shrub with glossy lance-shaped cladophylls up to 2.5cm in length. Green flowers in spring folowed by glossy red berries in summer and autumn.
A gorgeous dark almost black leaf colour, this is an ideal plant for the back of a border. Suitable for most locations. Large flat scented flowerheads and black berries in autumn.
Fern like foliage and long stems with single flowers. Extremely attractive and long flowering.
A diminutive plant with bright purple pink flowers above glossy green leaves. Ideal at the front of a hot dry border and a good choice for planting in gravel.
Wall Germander. Not to confused with T. lucidrys! This creeping perennial is at home in well drained locations, in ruins or as in my garden, growing on walls. Its dark green, oak shaped leaves form an attractive, aromatic carpet. Its rose pink flowers a haven for bees.
Longer flowering than delavayi with much larger flowerheads. An impressive plant.
Taller than delavayi Album with tall apple green stems with pure white flowers ideal in semi shade giving height without too much bulk.
Evergreen with scented pink flowers all summer long.
Impressive bright golden orange globular flowers with prominent stamens. Ideal in a moist position by water.
Rare, primrose yellow variety. Slower growing than some but its very pale flowers make it much desired.
Tall spikes of soft orange flowers. A fine architectural plant for well drained soils said to be more reliable than many Verbascum varieties.
Upright bushy plant with shining pink flowers over a long period and purple foliage. Foliage goes even darker in cooler weather.