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Good groundcover plant for a dry, sunny position. Red foliage is covered by many bright red burrs in summer. Delightful planted with dwarf spring bulbs.
Large glossy leaves with deep rounded lobes. An impressive focal point for a shady border.
More compact than the species with green hooded white flowers above glossy dark green leaves.
Large hooded purple and white flowers above deeply cut 'spiny' foliage. Lovely in a shady area with silver or purple leaved Heucheras such as Paris or Chocolate Ruffles.
Bright yellow flower heads and silver foliage. Good with Aconitum napellus.
Pale yellow flower heads that resist fading. Would pair with a mauve Monarda such as Mohawk.
Grey/green foliage with pale yellow flowers fading to creamy white. A fine partner for blue Nepeta.
A good contrasting combination of silver foliage and pale yellow flowers. Beautiful grown with blue Agapanthus.
Many vibrantly coloured small umbels, more dwarf in habit than other varieties. Mixes well with Stipa tenuifolia or try planted in front of Macleaya.
Heads of pale orange on stout stems, lovely with white flowering umbels such as Seseli or Selinum.
Excellent plant with grey/blue foliage, flowers starting red but fading to orange. Create a fiery scheme with red Crocosmias.
Broadly upright in habit, with pale yellow flowers, ideal for a naturalistic planting in semi shade.
Dark purple/red leaves with scented white flowers. A fine moist shade partner for Kirengeshoma palmata.
Large impressive spikes of white flowers above green foliage will brighten up shady areas.
White flowered deciduous variety noted for its hardiness. Try growing with Geraniums such as Russell Prichard.
Always our most popular Agapanthus with rich blue flowerheads that look especially good with pink flowers such as Anemone Serenade or Könegin Charlotte.
Usefully shorter variety. Each pale blue petal has a prominent dark blue stripe.
Large heads of very pale lilac grey flowers with grey anthers take on a later pink/purple flush. Particularly suits a pale scheme with Phlox such as Monica Lynden-Bell and Geraniums such as Dreamland.
A great mixing plant with scented foliage for the late garden especially in dry soils. A good choice with Penstemons such as Raven or Papal Purple.
The extra large purple leaves of this plant make it perfect evergreen groundcover for large areas.