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Clump forming with lots of sweetly scented flowers above grey/green leaves. Allow to weave amongst shrubs or taller perennials.
As good as the species but with purple foliage early in the season.
Lily of the Valley. Excellent groundcover with scented flowers; a firm cottage garden favourite for underplanting roses and other shrubs.
A compact plant with a profusion of small pink flowers above green ferny foliage.
Fern like foliage covered throughout the summer with golden flowers. A fine partner for Perovskia Blue Spire.
Tall billowing clouds of fragrant white flowers; a lovely choice with Delphinium Black Knight.
Vibrant variety with red throated open star shaped orange flowers. Fabulous with Kniphofias and an excellent cut flower.
Probably the largest flowered variety with wide, open, pure orange blooms. An outstanding partner for hot coloured Dahlias.
Arching stems with divided hemp like leaves and spikes of greenish-yellow flowers. Grow with other large plants like Miscanthus Malepartus. Needs room but magnificent.
Usefully shorter delphinium with spires of pale blue flowers. As with all Delphiniums, needs a moist rich soil with lots of organic matter.
Impressive dark purple spires. Contrast with pale flowers like Achillea Hella Glashoff.
The refined lilac colour of Camelliard works very well with silver foliage e.g. Artemisias in front.
Shining white spires for the back of a border. Works well with other cool colours like Echinops Taplow Blue.
Beautiful pale blue colour, try with pale yellow Achilleas or pink Campanulas like Loddon Anna .
Small scented flowers on slender stems above evergreen grassy foliage. Good mixed with medium height grasses.
A small plant with tall stems of bright red flowers. Prefers well drained alpine conditions but is also very good in containers. Grow with other small plants like Nepeta Kit Cat or Helianthemums.
Popular, scented, double pink variety. Likes dry soils where Eragrostis Totnes Burgundy would be a suitable partner.
Much loved variety with clove scented flowers and evergreen bluish foliage.
Bleeding Heart. Hanging pink flowers over deeply cut foliage look superb with blue leaved Hostas and ferns.
Strong growing plant with grey foliage and white flowers. Try with pale flowered Geranium nodosum.