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Many small blue flowerheads on stout blue stems. Probably the best species of Eryngium for cut or dried flowers.
Many metallic blue heads produced on stout stems. Try with pale yellows such as Achillea Hella Glashoff.
Perennial wallflower with large spikes of slightly scented purple flowers above evergreen grey foliage. Good in poor soil.
Excellent tall plant for the back of a moist border. Rich purple flower heads. A good partner for Sanguisorba canadensis.
Pink tinged stems with huge ball shaped flowers. One of the most striking varieties we have seen; especially good with tall yellow plants like Helianthus Lemon Queen and Rudbeckia Herbstonne.
Ideal where other Eupatoriums would be too large or overwhelming. Try with Anemone Honorine Jobert.
Dark red/brown foliage, impressive when used as a contrast plant and great with ornamental grasses like Molinia and Miscanthus.
Ever popular Euphorbia for shade. Excellent groundcover and at the base of a hedge. A classic partner would be Geranium phaeum.
Fast-growing evergreen with large heads of yellow green flowers. Try in a dry situation with Phormiums or Erysimum Bowles's Mauve.
Low growing evergreen creeping species with glaucous blue foliage. An ideal plant for gravel plantings and lovely with blue flowers like Veronica Georgia Blue.
Upright leafy stems of greenish yellow flowers in early summer and vivid autumn foliage. Ideal for bog gardens.
Bright bushy spring flowering plant. Lovely contrast with Ballota pseudodictamnus.
Olive green leaves support yellow flowers that continue throughout summer until autumn. Fantastic autumn foliage tints. Try with Perovskia.
This evergreen plant's foliage and flowers are tinged red all over. Partner with a purple Heuchera such as Can-Can or Obsidian.
E. stigyana x E. mellifera. Exhibits all the qualities of mellifera but on a shorter more compact plant. Evergreen with large shiny green leaves and honey scented flowers. Hardy.
Queen of the Prairies. For a damp position; large fluffy pink flowers on tall stems. Good with other tall perennials like Cephalaria gigantea and also excellent planted amongst shrubs.
Bronze leaved fennel is much prized for mixing in summer borders, especially with red and purple flowers.
Pink flowers with spotted red throats on tall stems; a good accompaniment to Agastache. Evergreen foliage.