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E. stigyana x E. mellifera. Exhibits all the qualities of mellifera but on a shorter more compact plant. Evergreen with large shiny green leaves and honey scented flowers. Hardy.
Queen of the Prairies. For a damp position; large fluffy pink flowers on tall stems. Good with other tall perennials like Cephalaria gigantea and also excellent planted amongst shrubs.
Bronze leaved fennel is much prized for mixing in summer borders, especially with red and purple flowers.
Pink flowers with spotted red throats on tall stems; a good accompaniment to Agastache. Evergreen foliage.
Easy and long flowering lavender-blue and white pea flowers with a coconut scent.
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.
Sweet Woodruff. Aromatic shade groundcover with small white scented flowers above glossy green leaves.
A long flowering bushy, graceful plant. Prefers full sun in a well drained position and goes well with pink Sedums and Calamagrostis Overdam.
Lime green foliage contrasts with vivid magenta flowers. Prized for its ability to scramble through a border. A vivid partner with bright yellow Achilleas like Coronation Gold.
Similar to Anne Folkard but spreads less and is more compact, so good in smaller areas and useful summer groundcover.
Sport of Geranium Rozanne with large light blue flowers on a more compact, less sprawling plant than its parent.
Pale blue flowers with paler centres on a vigorous long flowering plant. Underplant beneath pink roses.
Excellent semi evergreen scented groundcover. Bright white flowers for shady areas ideal where Geranium macrorrhizum Album would be too vigorous.
More compact and longer flowering than Biokova with whiter flowers with prominent pale pink veins and anthers produced from late spring into summer.
Long flowering with very pale pink almost white flowers. Dark green foliage takes on attractive bronze tints in cooler weather.
Spreading plant with a long flowering season from June till the frosts. Bright magenta pink flowers with purple veins above shiny green leaves. Tolerates poorly drained soils and is excellent groundcover.
Mat forming with numerous pale pink flowers with dark pink veins produced all summer long. Ideal at the front of a border or trailing over the edge of a pot, perhaps mixed with Campanula portenschlagiana.
Ever useful plant with scented leaves. Mix large clumps of this with large clumps of a white Bergenia.
White flowers with pink eyes and red calyces look great in front of Digitalis x mertonensis. Scented foliage.