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Fluffy clouds of double pale pink flowers. Needs sun and well drained soil and is drought tolerant. Good for edging and summer groundcover.
Renowned Helenium which combines well with many of the late summer border perennials. Try with Crocosmia Emily McKenzie.
Rich red flowers with a fine golden edge to the petals and prominent maroon centres. Datisca cannabina would make a nice pairing.
Large deep red flowers with a golden brown cone. Try in a hot scheme with yellow Rudbeckias or Helianthus.
Orange flowers with yellow streaks appearing earlier than other varieties. Could grow with grasses like Stipa arundinacea or with yellow Achilleas.
Lovely dark yellow flowers with reddish brown backs on tall stems. Try with Sanguisorba tenuifolia Purpurea.
The bright crimson pink flowers of this rock rose are attractively crinkled and have bright golden orange centres. Lovely in pots with Stipa tenuifolia, a good evergreen groundcover.
Bright orange/red flowers above glaucous foliage. Useful evergreen groundcover for a dry border, and great with dwarf Hebes.
Pure white flowers create a wonderfully cool combination against its silver foliage. Fine evergreen groundcover for dry sunny areas.
Evergreen with pale yellow flowers and grey green foliage. Create a yellow scheme with Euphorbia myrsinites.
Useful late perennial for the back of the border. Combines well with grasses like Calamagrostis brachytricha.
Willow leaved sunflower. Narrow drooping leaves; a first rate foliage backdrop. Try with a tall Miscanthus such as Malepartus or with Salvia uliginosa.
Bright yellow daisies with very dark purple almost black stems; a fine choice for the back of a border where the flowers will gracefully move in the wind. Also an excellent cut flower.
Impressive and striking evergreen with large grey/green leaves and hanging pale green flowers. Great when used in a Mediterranean scheme with Euphorbias such as martinii or wulfenii.
One of the best plants to provide flowers early in the year. Ideal under deciduous winter flower shrubs such as Hamamellis.
Sultry blue purple flowers. Pair with white flowers like Epimedium Niveum.
Double flowers in wonderfully rich shades of dark purple. Looks particularly good with blue leaved Hostas such as Halcyon.
Mix these pale yellow flowers with Blue Lady for a great pairing.
Very free flowering with large white flowers which age to pink over dark green leaves from winter to spring. Lovely with early bulbs or Bergenias.
Dark green foliage has attractive grey veining. Outward facing flowers begin pure white before aging to pink and red.