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Attractive purple leaved form of our native cow parsley. Stunning in spring with Aquilegia Ruby Port.
Large purple blue flowers on shorter stems. Splendid with Brunnera Jack Frost.
Shining white flowers are ideal for lighting up dull areas; flowers are smaller than White Star but the plant is arguably more elegant.
Ideal for a traditional cottage garden feel with single flowers in a beautiful shade of antique pink. Particularly lovely with ferns in light shade.
Deep purple/black double flowers. Match with other black plants like Geranium phaeum Raven and Sambucus Black Lace or with early grasses such as Deschampsia.
Hanging double pompoms open pale green fading to cream later. Beautiful in a spring garden with early Geraniums and Euphorbias.
The outer petals of this cultivar are almost black, pairing with Euphorbia Black Pearl would match the eye of the Euphorbia flowers.
Very large pure white long spurred flowers. Good with Euphorbias such as martinii.
Finely divided bright silver foliage on upright stems. Works well with warm colours such as Achillea Walther Funcke.
Lower growing than Silver Queen with broader, less divided silvery leaves. Very pleasing planted with pale pink flowers e.g. Astrantia Roma or Geranium Mavis Simpson.
Much favoured for its aromatic ferny silver foliage. Cut back in late spring to keep tidy. Create a foliage contrast with purple Heucheras.
Low growing groundcover with ferny silver foliage. Ideal for a rock garden, wall or bank. Does best in sandy peaty soil.
Double interest, with shiny white veined leaves in early spring and spikes of red berries in late summer.
A large plant with tall ivory white plumes ideally suited for the back of a border and big enough to compete with large shrubs.
A compact and more delicate form of the species with narrow fern like, deeply cut leaves. Try with pale Astrantias like Buckland or the sedge Carex Ice Dance.
Superb hybrid with creamy white flowers hanging horizontally high above fresh green foliage. Good as both a background to other smaller plants or at the front of a border.
Invaluable for its drought and shade tolerance, with masses of star-like flowers giving a cloud effect. Good in shade with Bergenias.
Very dark almost black stems with masses of lavender blue flowers. Wonderful with other similarly tall late plants such as Rudbeckia Herbstonne. Also a good cut flower.
The purple foliage of this variety provides a fantastic backdrop to flowering plants early in the season. Come autumn the small flowers look wonderful with white Anemones and other Asters.
Many intense violet single flowers on sturdy upright stems. Lovely with other late flowerers such as Eupatorium and Miscanthus.