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Herbaceous perennials bring a riot of colours into the garden. We offer hundreds of different varieties which are suitable for all sorts of situations and for  flowering at almost any time of year
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Achillea  'Credo'

Achillea 'Credo'£4.95

One of the best of the new Achiilea introductions, recipient of the RHS Award of Garden Merit. Tall, at around 120cm, with richly creamy-yellow flowers in early summer. Best in full sun; cut back to encourage repeat flowering. Will attract butterflies and bees. Fully hardy.


Achillea  'Mondpagode (Moon Pagoda)'

Achillea 'Mondpagode (Moon Pagoda)'£4.50

Vigorous hardy herbaceous perennial suitable for a freely draining site in sun. Flowerheads light yellow cream in bud opening to creamy white. Soft grey tinged leaves. H:80cm. Cut back after flowering for repeat flowering.


Achillea millefolium 'Apricot Beauty'

Achillea millefolium 'Apricot Beauty'£4.95

Sun-loving hardy perennial, with large flattened heads of warm apricot flowers that fade to cream to give a charming two-tone look. Enjoys any decent garden soil and will form quite substantial clumps after 2-3 years. H:50-60cm


Achillea millefolium odilis

Achillea millefolium odilis£4.50

Sun-loving hardy perennial, ideal for a mid-border position. Flattened heads of massed, clear and bright pink flowers in early summer. Much enjoyed by butterflies. Fully hardy. H: 60cm


Achillea sibirica var. camschatica 'Love Parade'

Achillea sibirica var. camschatica 'Love Parade'£4.95

Clump forming perennial with bright green leathery divided foliage unlike other achilleas. Flat topped heads of soft pink flowers with pale yellow stamens. H:65cm. Hardy. Full sun. Well drained soil. Origin-Kamchatka peninsula Russia.


Actaea japonica 'Chejo Do'£5.95

Very attractive woodland perennial from the far east. Compact clumps of foliage, flushed purple when young, but maturing to dark green. In mid summer produces elegant spires of white flowers, perhaps 1m tall which are very attractive to late season butterflies. Fully hardy and best in cool, shady conditions.


Actaea matsumurae 'White Pearl'

Actaea matsumurae 'White Pearl'£6.95

Stately plant best suited to a lightly shaded moist spot, especially in soils rich in organic matter. Large deeply cut light green leaves and long spires of white flowers in summer which will attract butterflies. Native to Siberia and China. Fully hardy and easy to grow. H: 80cm


Actaea simplex (Atropurpurea Group) 'Brunette'

Actaea simplex (Atropurpurea Group) 'Brunette'£7.95

Stunning woodland specialist, with very dark, purple-black leaves and stems, and, in late summer, slender spires of sweetly scented, small, white flowers carried aloft on very tall stems which will attract late-season butterflies. Will thrive in organic-rich, moister soils, preferably in light shade. Fully hardy. H 1.8 m.


Agapanthus 'Queen Mum'£6.95

A lovely clump forming perennial flowering in mid summer. This is a bicolor agapanthus with inflorescences of white flowers with blue bases. Flowering in July-August and reaching a height of 1.2m, the plant makes a lovely contribution to a mid border or can be kept in a container. Full sun. Moist but well drained soil. Semi-evergreen and hardy in less severe winters.


Agapanthus  'White Heaven'

Agapanthus 'White Heaven'£9.95

Lily of the Nile. Evergreen and very floriferous, with very large heads of pure white flowers from early June through to August. Best in a sunny and reasonably well drained location. Hardy. H:80cm


Agapanthus  'Windsor Grey'

Agapanthus 'Windsor Grey'£7.95

Eye-catching, deciduous form of this well loved perennial, with silvery grey blue- white flowers in mid-summer. Will do best in rich, reliably moist soil. Appeals to butterflies. Will also do well in a pot, especially if overwintered in a cold glasshouse or conservatory, and allowed to become pot-bound. Fully hardy. H: 90cm


Agapanthus inapertus subsp. Hollandii 'Sky'

Agapanthus inapertus subsp. Hollandii 'Sky'£5.95

Tall and elegant stems bear umbels of unusual drooping sky-blue flowers in mid to late summer. Best in full sun and moist but well drained soil or kept in a pot. Deciduous. Hardy H:120cm.

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