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    Name
    Flowering Period
    Height
    Spread
    Pot Size
    Position
    Soil Moisture
    Flower Colour
  • Many small blue flowerheads on stout blue stems. Probably the best species of Eryngium for cut or dried flowers.

    ERYNGIUM planum
    Jul-Aug
    100
    45
    2lt
    Blue
  • Many metallic blue heads produced on stout stems. Try with pale yellows such as Achillea Hella Glashoff.

    ERYNGIUM x tripartitum 
    Jul-Sep
    80
    50
    2lt
    Metallic Blue
  • Perennial wallflower with large spikes of slightly scented purple flowers above evergreen grey foliage. Good in poor soil.

    ERYSIMUM Bowles's Mauve 
    Apr-Jun
    75
    60
    1lt
    Mauve Purple
  • Excellent tall plant for the back of a moist border. Rich purple flower heads. A good partner for Sanguisorba canadensis.

    EUPATORIUM maculatum Atropurpureum
    Aug-Oct
    210
    100
    2lt
    Deep Purple
  • Pink tinged stems with huge ball shaped flowers. One of the most striking varieties we have seen; especially good with tall yellow plants like Helianthus Lemon Queen and Rudbeckia Herbstonne.

    EUPATORIUM maculatum Glutball (Glow Ball)
    Aug-Oct
    200
    100
    2lt
    Deep Purple
  • Ideal where other Eupatoriums would be too large or overwhelming. Try with Anemone Honorine Jobert.

    EUPATORIUM maculatum Purple Bush 
    Aug-Sep
    180
    80
    2lt
    Deep Purple
  • Dark red/brown foliage, impressive when used as a contrast plant and great with ornamental grasses like Molinia and Miscanthus.

    EUPATORIUM rugosum Chocolate (AGERATINA altissima)
    Aug-Sep
    150
    60
    2lt
    White
  • Ever popular Euphorbia for shade. Excellent groundcover and at the base of a hedge. A classic partner would be Geranium phaeum.

    EUPHORBIA amygdaloides robbiae 
    Jun-Jul
    60
    60
    2lt
    Green/Yellow
  • Fast-growing evergreen with large heads of yellow green flowers. Try in a dry situation with Phormiums or Erysimum Bowles's Mauve.

    EUPHORBIA characias wulfenii
    Apr-Jun
    160
    120
    2lt
    Green/Yellow
  • Fast-growing evergreen with large heads of yellow green flowers. Try in a dry situation with Phormiums or Erysimum Bowles's Mauve.

    EUPHORBIA characias wulfenii
    Apr-Jun
    160
    120
    5lt
    Green/Yellow
  • Low growing evergreen creeping species with glaucous blue foliage. An ideal plant for gravel plantings and lovely with blue flowers like Veronica Georgia Blue.

    EUPHORBIA myrsinites 
    Apr-May
    10
    20
    2lt
    Yellow Green
  • Upright leafy stems of greenish yellow flowers in early summer and vivid autumn foliage. Ideal for bog gardens.

    EUPHORBIA palustris 
    May-Jun
    90
    100
    2lt
    Green/Yellow
  • Bright bushy spring flowering plant. Lovely contrast with Ballota pseudodictamnus.

    EUPHORBIA polychroma (epithymoides)
    Apr-May
    45
    50
    2lt
    Yellow
  • Olive green leaves support yellow flowers that continue throughout summer until autumn. Fantastic autumn foliage tints. Try with Perovskia.

    EUPHORBIA schillingii 
    Jun-Sep
    100
    30
    2lt
    Yellow
  • This evergreen plant's foliage and flowers are tinged red all over. Partner with a purple Heuchera such as Can-Can or Obsidian.

    EUPHORBIA x martinii
    Apr-Jun
    70
    60
    2lt
    Green/Yellow/Red
  • 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.

    EUPHORBIA x pasteurii
    May-Jun
    120
    80
    2lt
    Yellow
  • 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.

    EUPHORBIA x pasteurii
    May-Jun
    120
    80
    5lt
    Yellow
  • 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.

    FILIPENDULA rubra Venusta 
    Jul-Aug
    200
    120
    2lt
    Pink/Carmine Red
  • Bronze leaved fennel is much prized for mixing in summer borders, especially with red and purple flowers.

    FOENICULUM vulgare Purpureum
    Jun-Aug
    200
    45
    2lt
    Yellow
  • Pink flowers with spotted red throats on tall stems; a good accompaniment to Agastache. Evergreen foliage.

    FRANCOA sonchifolia
    Jul-Aug
    75
    45
    2lt
    Pink
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