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A fine tall form with creamy white heads. Excellent planted in small groups in a border and a good choice for cutting.
Brighter pink/purple flowers than the species. Works well in a dry garden with Helianthemums.
Long stems of small intensely purple drumsticks. Great mixed with Knautia macedonica.
Soft, buttery yellow blooms with a distinct brown marking in the throat make this selection the perfect complement to other flower colours in the garden. It forms a good, compact mound of waxy green foliage and short stemmed flowers.
Vivid mauve flowers with crimson streaks and cream throats. A very hardy variety, an excellent cut flower and compact, so ideal for containers.
Low growing plant with white flowers complementing silver foliage. Use in a white border with Verbascum chaxii Album or with blue Perovskia Little Spire.
Upright stems of creamy white flowers with a hint of green. The flowers are followed by silvery seedheads, prolonging the plants appeal. Lovely amongst red Sanguisorbas such as Tanna.
Japanese Anemone with semi-double dark pink flowers. Stunning amongst Persicaria amplexicaulis Alba.
Large pink flowers above dark green leaves. A fine companion for the large mauve flowers of Aster Mönch.
Always exceedingly popular and in demand for its bright white flowers. Particularly good with late grasses like Panicum Heavy Metal.
Semi-double dark pink red flowers with prominent yellow stamens on a usefully shorter variety. Lovely with blue flowers like Perovskia or Agastache.
Strong yellow buds opening to creamy yellow daisies. Pairs well with blue flowers such as blue Geraniums or Nepeta.
St. Bernhard's Lily. Terminal spikes of white flowers; tolerates alkaline conditions.
Attractive purple leaved form of our native cow parsley. Stunning in spring with Aquilegia Ruby Port.
Ideal for a traditional cottage garden feel with single flowers in a beautiful shade of antique pink. Particularly lovely with ferns in light shade.
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.
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.