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Bleeding Heart. Hanging pink flowers over deeply cut foliage look superb with blue leaved Hostas and ferns.
Strong growing plant with grey foliage and white flowers. Try with pale flowered Geranium nodosum.
Its rich dark red flowers would look good with Geranium phaeum Samobor or Uvularia grandiflora.
Attractive veined pink flowered form with aromatic citrus scented leaves. Surround with a carpet of Hakonechloa.
Rusty Foxglove. Slender spires of golden brown tubular flowers above olive green foliage. A fine partner for pale yellow flowers such as Achillea Hella Glashoff and Cephalaria.
Yellow Foxglove. Large tubular soft yellow flowers mottled brown inside. Good with blues and purples such as Centaurea Jordy.
Slim spikes of small tubular pale yellow flowers. A real beauty for the woodland floor with Hostas and ferns.
Slender spikes packed with many small brown/red flowers. Use in a hot scheme e.g. with Geum Prinses Juliana and Achillea Coronation Gold.
Our common native foxglove, is happy in sun or semi-shade and will form large colonies if allowed to self seed. Try paired with tall blue Campanulas such as Prichard's Variety.
One of the best plants for brightening up dark areas especially under trees. Particularly affective en mass in large self seeded groups.
Pale apricot pink flowers. Lovely in dry semi-shade under trees. Create a pastel scheme with pale peonies such as Shirley Temple.
Shorter than many foxgloves but reliably perennial and a good self seeder with rich pink flowers. The rich pink trumpets look good with blue flowers such as Geranium Nimbus or Campanulas.
Much prized mainstay of the late summer garden. An unbeatable companion for Aster Mönch.
Large heads with off-white drooping petals around a burnt yellow centre. Ideal with dark Penstemons such as Garnet or grasses such as Stipa tenuifolia or Calamagrostis.
Large and vigorous globe thistle with grey/blue flowers and foliage. Likes poor soil.
Stunning amber coloured flowers over shiny dark evergreen pointed leaves. Foliage is attractively mottled red when young and good groundcover.
Very large white flowers above young bronze red foliage.
Extra large sulphur yellow flowers held well above the evergreen foliage. Leaves are bronze red when young, maturing to a glossy green. Good groundcover.
Evergreen leaves, coppery red when they emerge in spring. Flowers show up well against purple Heucheras such as Chocolate Ruffles.
Copper foliage complementing red flowers. Foliage turns bright red in autumn. Good as groundcover mixed with Bergenias.