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Double interest, with shiny white veined leaves in early spring and spikes of red berries in late summer.
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.
Glossy green kidney shaped leaves. Good groundcover; try with Athyrium nipponicum Pictum and small Hostas.
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.
Well known variety with vivid deep pink flowers; a magnet for butterflies. Molinias and Eupatoriums would be possible planting companions.
Bright crimson red flowers ideal at the back of a border and with other late perennials like Anemones and Actaeas.
Divine dark violet almost black flowers in late summer and autumn with dark yellow centres. Goes well with red Persicarias like Firetail.
Vibrant semi-double purple flowers. For a bright scheme try with Rudbeckias.
Italian Aster. Asters are invaluable plants for late colour and amellus varieties are notably mildew resistant. Excellent for attracting butterflies and great in containers.
One of the best Asters; long flowering, large lilac flowers and mildew resistant foliage. Good with Japanese Anemones.
Bronze green foliage supports tall deep purplish pink flowers that are excellent for cutting. Particularly lovely with bronze leaved Rodgersias.
An excellent architectural plant with large, narrow, upright spires. Tolerates dry conditions better than other Astilbes. Would suit a pink/purple scheme with Persicaria amp. Rosea and Astrantia Roma.
Dense conical white flower plumes above glossy dark green foliage. A fine choice to plant with varieties of Sanguisorba officinalis.
Probably the best red clone with dark bronze foliage. Perfect with Rodgersias.
Taller variety with less stiff, more graceful drooping white flowerheads, reminiscent of Aruncus. Excellent for brightening up moist shady areas.
Pretty dwarf variety with delicate pink flowers above bronze foliage. Excellent long flowering variety also good for edging and in containers.