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Chocolate vine. Vigorous semi-evergreen twining climber with dark purple-red vanilla scented flowers in spring.
Very tall Allium, with large heads often up to six inches in diameter.
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.
Palm-leaved marsh mallow. Tall stems of bright lavender pink cup-shaped flowers; late and long flowering. Useful but never unwelcome self seeder.
Taller variety with less stiff, more graceful drooping white flowerheads, reminiscent of Aruncus. Excellent for brightening up moist shady areas.
A recently introduced variety; compact in form with slender dark green leaves and star like white flowers
Nodding pale blue flowers with white centres followed by fluffy seedheads. Group 1– pruning unnecessary but cut back after flowering if needed.
Scented creamy white flowers in winter on a vigorous evergreen plant. Group 1– pruning unnecessary but cut back after flowering if needed.
Soft pink semi-double flowers with prominent yellow stamens in late spring and early summer. Group 1– pruning unnecessary but cut back after flowering if needed.
Rich deep velvety purple flowers from mid-summer to early autumn. Group 3 – Cut hard back to a pair of buds about 20cm from the ground in late winter.
Large lilac pink flowers with dark pink bars in early summer and again in early autumn. Group 2 – Prune lightly in early spring.
Large lavender pink flowers with prominent red stamens from early summer to early autumn. Group 3 – Cut hard back to a pair of buds about 20cm from the ground in late winter.
Bronze-purple foliage and pure blue flowers. Plant dies back in summer but often reappears in autumn for a second flowering.
Probably the largest flowered variety with wide, open, pure orange blooms. An outstanding partner for hot coloured Dahlias.
Strong growing plant with grey foliage and white flowers. Try with pale flowered Geranium nodosum.
Large fern with strong glossy fronds branched at the tips. Evergreen and particularly good amongst large drifts of Digitalis.
Smaller bright green, crinkle edged leaves with copper coloured flowers. Evergreen and good groundcover.
Classic plant of the Edwardian herbaceous border well due for a revival. Shining white pea flowers for weeks over summer. Easy in any reasonable soil.
Compact with nodding red-pink flowers from late spring (reblooming later on), and soft hairy mid-green leaves. Perfect in a moistish spot with dark Astrantias like Ruby Star.
A medium sized, rounded shrub, attractive in both flower and foliage. The glossy green foliage is flushed purple brown when young and has prominent purple brown midribs. The violet blue flowers produced in late summer look great with other late plants e.g. Echinacea purpurea. This plant is also tolerant of both salt spray and air pollution.
A dwarf mat-forming plant with neat mounds of glaucous blue leaves topped with pure white flowers in late spring and early summer. An excellent groundcover plant and also great in coastal gardens. Associates well with plants such as Convolvulus cneorum, Heucheras and Acanthus.
One of the hardiest and best known Hebes. Glaucous blue leaves with red margins and short spikes of lilac blue flowers in summer. Try planting with purple leaved plants such a Cotinus Royal Purple or Pittosporum Tom Thumb or with Penstemons such as Hidcote Pink
Spreading evergreen with small dark green leaves and spikes of white or pale lilac flowers in early summer.
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.
Ideal for shady north facing locations, a good problem solver for inhospitable locations. Initially slow to grow once planted, but it soon comes away. Large white lacecap flowers 20-30cm in size from May onwards.
The leaves on this variety have yellow margins. Ideal for shady north facing locations, a good problem solver for inhospitable locations. Initially slow to grow once planted, but it soon comes away. Large white lacecap flowers 20-30cm in size from May onwards.
Sturdy stems hold large dense heads of light green buds open to reveal creamy flowers that turn pinkish as they mature.
Tall Bearded. Bred by renown breeder Cedric Morris. Lavender buds open to classy soft pink unruffled flowers with tangerine beards. Spicy scent.
Violet purple flowers (with white and yellow splashes on the falls) on purple stems with narrow green foliage. Loves moist soils and excellent planted by a pond. Best in humus rich acid soil.
Choice greenish yellow variety.
Compact white flowered variety. Aromatic grey/green foliage, ideal for mass planting in blocks or as edging. A magnet for insect life. Needs planting in sunny well drained locations. 3
Similar in habit to grandiflora and formosa but with yellow leaves and an orange central vein; complemented by orange seed pods. The effect when planted in quantity is bright and warm.
Recently introduced ; this is the first Mahonia to be 'spine-free'. Mound forming in habit with pinnate leaves, bright yellow flowers and blue/black berries.
Excellent spreading plant for groundcover in moist shady areas especially wilder situations. White spring flowers are followed by red or pink striped fruit.
An ideal variety for the smaller garden with erect bronze/pink flowerheads above dense foliage Great with Astrantia Roma planted in front.
Narrow green leaves with a central white stripe turn redder in August and then silver
Quick to establish with good habit and fine autumn colour. Try with Eupatorium Atropurpureum or Persicaria Taurus
Classy and elegant with narrow creamy margined leaves. Good on dry soils, in containers and with white Anemones.
Densely clumping, with creamy white 'zebra' stripes to the leaves. An improvement on Zebrinus as it is more upright and stronger growing.
Not so tall as many varieties, thin grey/green leaves with silver spine. A particularly good choice in containers and looks great planted with Asters.
Dwarf catmint with spike of pure white flowers over a long period in summer.
Unusual flatter, open flowers of a pale blush pink. Ideal in more natural and informal planting schemes.
A useful alternative to box balls with mint green leaves that can be clipped into shape. Scented purple flowers in late spring and early summer.
Hedge Fern, Soft Shield Fern. Green fronds with a hint of brown. Will tolerate drier conditions. Evergreen.
More compact in habit with finely cut evergreen fronds. Mix with other evergreen plants for a winter display such as Aspleniums and Hellebores.
Spotted leaves with coral pink flowers in spring. Try with Aubrietia, especially in a container.
More compact than the species with white flowers and red flushed foliage, especially on young leaves.
Butcher's broom. A bushy sub-shrub with glossy lance-shaped cladophylls up to 2.5cm in length. Green flowers in spring folowed by glossy red berries in summer and autumn.
Tall upright flower spikes the colour of Victoria plums over a long period from late summer to autumn. Lovely with Miscanthus or late flowering Aconitums.