Unusual form of 'bear's breeches' with spires of pure white flowers over large, dark green and glossy foliage in early summer. Will grow into a stately plant that will readily provide a focal point in any sunny or lightly shaded part of the garden. Easy to grow, robust and fully hardy. H: up to 120cm
A vibrant clump-forming, semi-evergreen perennial with feathery leaves and clusters of brilliant magenta flowers forming in flat corymbs. This achillea has a prolonged flowering period flowering from late spring into the autumn. The flowerheads are c. 10cm across. Hardy. Full sun and well drained soil. H: 60cm.
Sun-loving hardy perennial, producing masses of flattened deep reddish rose-pink flowers throughout summer, much loved by bees and butterflies. Cut back after the fist flush to encourage futher flowering. Plant in well drained soils. Fully hardy. H: 60cm
Robust and easy to grow hardy herbaceous perennial suitable for a freely draining site in a sunny spot. The flowerheads comprise a flattened mass of tiny flowers in a combination of yellow, orange and pinky-red. Foliage is soft grey-green. Fully hardy. H:80cm. Cut back after flowering for repeat flowering.
Hardy herbaceous perennial suitable for a semi shaded position. Strong upright grower with branching spikes of steel blue hooded flowers from July-August. Deeply divided foliage. All parts poisonous if eaten. H:1m.
Hardy perennial from north American woodlands, with delicate, deeply dissected purple-green foliage, and tall spires of pink flowers in mid-late summer. Best in reliably moist, humus-rich soil in semi-shade. Hardy. H: about 1.2m