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    Name
    Flowering Period
    Height
    Spread
    Pot Size
    Position
    Soil Moisture
    Flower Colour
  • Its rich dark red flowers would look good with Geranium phaeum Samobor or Uvularia grandiflora.

    DICENTRA formosa Bacchanal 
    May-Jul
    30
    60
    2lt
    Purple Red
  • Attractive veined pink flowered form with aromatic citrus scented leaves. Surround with a carpet of Hakonechloa.

    DICTAMNUS albus purpureus 
    Jun-Jul
    60
    60
    1lt
    Purple
  • Rusty Foxglove. Slender spires of golden brown tubular flowers above olive green foliage. A fine partner for pale yellow flowers such as Achillea Hella Glashoff and Cephalaria.

    DIGITALIS ferruginea 
    Jun-Aug
    120
    45
    2lt
    Pale Orange/Brown
  • Yellow Foxglove. Large tubular soft yellow flowers mottled brown inside. Good with blues and purples such as Centaurea Jordy.

    DIGITALIS grandiflora 
    Jun-Aug
    90
    30
    2lt
    Yellow
  • Slender spikes packed with many small brown/red flowers. Use in a hot scheme e.g. with Geum Prinses Juliana and Achillea Coronation Gold.

    DIGITALIS parviflora 
    Jun-Aug
    60
    45
    2lt
    Brown/Red
  • Our common native foxglove, is happy in sun or semi-shade and will form large colonies if allowed to self seed. Try paired with tall blue Campanulas such as Prichard's Variety.

    DIGITALIS purpurea
    Jun-Aug
    100
    60
    2lt
    Pale Purple
  • Pale apricot pink flowers. Lovely in dry semi-shade under trees. Create a pastel scheme with pale peonies such as Shirley Temple.

    DIGITALIS purpurea Apricot
    Jun-Aug
    100
    60
    2lt
    Apricot Pink
  • Shorter than many foxgloves but reliably perennial and a good self seeder with rich pink flowers. The rich pink trumpets look good with blue flowers such as Geranium Nimbus or Campanulas.

    DIGITALIS x mertonensis 
    Jun-Aug
    50
    30
    2lt
    Rose Pink
  • Much prized mainstay of the late summer garden. An unbeatable companion for Aster Mönch.

    ECHINACEA purpurea
    Jul-Sep
    100
    45
    2lt
    Purple
  • Large and vigorous globe thistle with grey/blue flowers and foliage. Likes poor soil.

    ECHINOPS bannaticus Taplow Blue
    Jul-Sep
    120
    45
    2lt
    Pale Blue
  • Stunning amber coloured flowers over shiny dark evergreen pointed leaves. Foliage is attractively mottled red when young and good groundcover.

    EPIMEDIUM Amber Queen
    Apr-Jun
    60
    45
    2lt
    Amber Orange/Yellow
  • Very large white flowers above young bronze red foliage.

    EPIMEDIUM Arctic Wings
    Apr-Jun
    30
    30
    2lt
    White
  • Extra large sulphur yellow flowers held well above the evergreen foliage. Leaves are bronze red when young, maturing to a glossy green. Good groundcover.

    EPIMEDIUM Flowers Of Sulphur
    Apr-Jun
    30
    30
    2lt
    Yellow
  • Evergreen leaves, coppery red when they emerge in spring. Flowers show up well against purple Heucheras such as Chocolate Ruffles.

    EPIMEDIUM x perralchicum Frohnleiten
    Apr-May
    40
    60
    2lt
    Bright Yellow
  • Copper foliage complementing red flowers. Foliage turns bright red in autumn. Good as groundcover mixed with Bergenias.

    EPIMEDIUM x rubrum 
    Apr-May
    25
    30
    2lt
    Red
  • Beautiful sulphur yellow flowers nestling in shiny green leaves. Evergreen and good groundcover. Particularly lovely with Helleborus White Lady.

    EPIMEDIUM x versicolor Sulphureum 
    Mar-Apr
    35
    45
    2lt
    Yellow
  • Smaller bright green, crinkle edged leaves with copper coloured flowers. Evergreen and good groundcover.

    EPIMEDIUM x warleyense
    Apr-May
    50
    75
    2lt
    Copper Orange
  • Pure white flowers; ideal for edging in shade. Wonderful with white variegated Hostas.

    EPIMEDIUM x youngianum Niveum
    Apr-May
    25
    30
    2lt
    White
  • Good dark flowered daisies. Easy providing it doesn't get too wet in winter.

    ERIGERON Darkest of All (Dunkelste Aller)
    Jun-Aug
    65
    60
    2lt
    Dark Violet
  • Low growing creeping plant, ideal for poor soils or in paving cracks.

    ERIGERON karvinskianus (mucronatus) 
    Jun-Sep
    25
    100
    2lt
    White/Pink
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