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Bushy small shrub, usually evergreen, whose glossy green leaves are bronze when young. Lilac pink flowers over a long period from summer to autumn. Good for most soil conditions but best kept away from cold winds.
Bushy medium sized shrub, usually evergreen whose glossy green leaves are bronze when young. White slightly fragrant flowers are tinged pale pink. Good for most soil conditions but best kept away from cold winds.
Bushy medium sized shrub, usually evergreen with small pale pink flowers; leaves turn purplish in winter. Good for most soil conditions but best kept away from cold winds.
Good groundcover plant for a dry, sunny position. Red foliage is covered by many bright red burrs in summer. Delightful planted with dwarf spring bulbs.
Large glossy leaves with deep rounded lobes. An impressive focal point for a shady border.
More compact than the species with green hooded white flowers above glossy dark green leaves.
Large hooded purple and white flowers above deeply cut 'spiny' foliage. Lovely in a shady area with silver or purple leaved Heucheras such as Paris or Chocolate Ruffles.
Bright yellow flower heads and silver foliage. Good with Aconitum napellus.
Pale yellow flower heads that resist fading. Would pair with a mauve Monarda such as Mohawk.
Grey/green foliage with pale yellow flowers fading to creamy white. A fine partner for blue Nepeta.
A good contrasting combination of silver foliage and pale yellow flowers. Beautiful grown with blue Agapanthus.
Many vibrantly coloured small umbels, more dwarf in habit than other varieties. Mixes well with Stipa tenuifolia or try planted in front of Macleaya.
Heads of pale orange on stout stems, lovely with white flowering umbels such as Seseli or Selinum.
Excellent plant with grey/blue foliage, flowers starting red but fading to orange. Create a fiery scheme with red Crocosmias.
Broadly upright in habit, with pale yellow flowers, ideal for a naturalistic planting in semi shade.
Dark purple/red leaves with scented white flowers. A fine moist shade partner for Kirengeshoma palmata.
Large impressive spikes of white flowers above green foliage will brighten up shady areas.
Deciduous climber with mid green leaves vibrantly splashed white and pink. Small cup shaped white flowers are produced in summer.
White flowered deciduous variety noted for its hardiness. Try growing with Geraniums such as Russell Prichard.
Always our most popular Agapanthus with rich blue flowerheads that look especially good with pink flowers such as Anemone Serenade or Könegin Charlotte.
Usefully shorter variety. Each pale blue petal has a prominent dark blue stripe.
Large heads of very pale lilac grey flowers with grey anthers take on a later pink/purple flush. Particularly suits a pale scheme with Phlox such as Monica Lynden-Bell and Geraniums such as Dreamland.
A great mixing plant with scented foliage for the late garden especially in dry soils. A good choice with Penstemons such as Raven or Papal Purple.
The extra large purple leaves of this plant make it perfect evergreen groundcover for large areas.
Chocolate vine. Vigorous semi-evergreen twining climber with dark purple-red vanilla scented flowers in spring.
A smaller more delicate plant than A. mollis. Its grey green leaves and green flowers make it a must for edging in sun or shade.
Lady's Mantle. One of the most popular of all perennials, invaluable as groundcover.
Massive flower heads on short sturdy stems. Would suit a Mediterranean scheme with bearded Irises.
Very tall Allium, with large heads often up to six inches in diameter.
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.
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, excellent cut flower and compact, so ideal for containers.
Palm-leaved marsh mallow. Tall stems of bright lavender pink cup-shaped flowers; late and long flowering. Useful but never unwelcome self seeder.
June Berry. A lovely multi-stemmed shrub ideal for smaller areas, or en masse as a hedge or screen. White flowers coincide with spring bulbs; fruits in autumn turn from red to black as its leaves fade to a golden colour.
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.
Beautiful white flowers with lilac undersides and blue stamens. Ideal for brightening up an area of moist light shade.
Large white flowers with lilac undersides from spring to autumn. Excellent groundcover for partial shade.
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.
Lax plant with grey leaves. Tolerates dry sunny sites and coastal exposure.
Flowers are a strong yellow in bud turning to a creamy yellow when out; a good doer.
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.
Large purple blue flowers on shorter stems. Splendid with Brunnera Jack Frost.
Shining white flowers are ideal for lighting up dull areas; flowers are smaller than White Star but the plant is arguably more elegant.