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Mint scented foliage and sprays of lavender blue flowers. Drought tolerant and good in gravel. Try as edging, particularly around raised beds.
Low growing and compact, ideal at the front of a border with Dianthus Mrs Sinkins.
White flowered variety suits planting with silver foliage e.g. Stachys.
Pure white flowers. Campanula lactiflora varieties work well amongst flowering shrubs e.g. Deutzia and Philadelphus.
These tall stems of pink flowers would partner a pale Veronicastrum like Lavendelturm.
This Campanula forms a large bush covered with pale blue flowers. Try with a yellow or orange daylily such as Golden Orchid.
Wiry stems with pure white nodding flowers. Perfect with Nepeta or blue Geraniums.
Popular tall variety with pale blue bells. Nice amongst Alchemilla and in pastel schemes.
Small and mound forming in habit, a useful edging plant; lovely with other low plants like Erigeron karvinskianus and Gypsophila Rosenschleir.
Spikes of beautiful soft lilac-blue flowers over a long period. Associates well with Digitalis lutea.
Baltic parsley. Large white umbels above fern like dark green foliage. Excellent for attracting insects, good as a cut or dried flower and lovely with Astrantias.
Striking rich crimson red flowers, a magnet for bees and butterflies. Good in dry conditions.
Rich dark purple flowers ideal for the front of a well drained border. Mixes with pale pink flowers, for instance Pimpinella major Rosea.
Slightly shorter than C. gigantea, with branched heads of small dark spotted creamy yellow flowers. In a mixed border try with bronze fennel.
Pale pink flowers with darker markings in the centre. Vigorous but sterile and strikingly beautiful.
Vibrant crimson red thistles above deeply cut leaves. Beautiful with Iris sibiricas or Deschampsias.
Large purple thistles have more of a bluer colour than Atropurpureum whilst the stems are overlaid with white and purple.
Clump forming with lots of sweetly scented flowers above grey/green leaves. Allow to weave amongst shrubs or taller perennials.
As good as the species but with purple foliage early in the season.
Lily of the Valley. Excellent groundcover with scented flowers; a firm cottage garden favourite for underplanting roses and other shrubs.