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Herbaceous

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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Tellima grandiflora

Tellima grandiflora£5.95

Clump forming perennial perfect for the shady patch. Lobed mid green basal leaves. Very fragrant tiny bell shaped greenish flowers along a long flower stem in early summer. Full of partial shade. Hardy. H:50cm.


Teucrium chamaedrys

Teucrium chamaedrys£5.95

Semi-dwarf shrub, bearing pink, red, purple or occasionaly white flowers in summer. Fully hardy. Plant in a sunny position in soil that is moist but well drained. H:50cm


Teucrium chamaedrys 'White Form'£5.95

Semi-dwarf shrub, bearing masses of small y white flowers on upright stems in summer - much loved by bees. Plant in a sunny position in soil that is moist but well drained where it will form very effective ground cover. Fully hardy. H:50cm


Thalictrum delavayi 'Hewitt's Double'

Thalictrum delavayi 'Hewitt's Double'£6.95

Clump forming perennial preferring partial shade/sun and moist soil. Will tolerate wet soil. Airy clouds of tiny, intense violet double flowers and very dainty foliage. Hardy. H:1.5 m.


Thalictrum rochebrunianum var. grandisepalum

Thalictrum rochebrunianum var. grandisepalum£5.95

Clump forming perennial, native to Japan, for moist soil in partial shade or, given reasonably rich soil, full sun. Delicate lobed leaflets and dozens of small lilac pink flowers with pendent stamens in loose panicles in summer, held aloft on very tall stems. Height may be as much as 1.8m

Fully hardy, and despite the extraordinary height, remaraklable resistant to wind, on account of its positively diaphanous nature.


Trachystemon orientalis

Trachystemon orientalis£5.50

Extremely robust and hardy plant prefering shady woodland conditions, but very tolerant of all conditions. Blue-violet flowers in early spring before large fleshy leaves. Very appealing to bees in warm spring sunshine. Vigorous ground coverer. H:40cm.


Tradescantia  'Blue Stone'

Tradescantia 'Blue Stone'£595.00

Clump forming hardy perennial suitable for sun or partial shade. Delicate three-petalled pale blue flowers form above the strappy foliage in the summer. Ideal for the front-mid border. H: 40cm. Fully hardy..


Tradescantia (Andersoniana Group) 'Bilberry Ice'

Tradescantia (Andersoniana Group) 'Bilberry Ice'£5.95

This compact, clump forming perennial is freely flowering and ideal for the front of a border. Pretty white flowers with each petal marked with a light mauve-purple line throughout the summer and into the autumn, amongst mounds of grassy deep green foliage. Dead head to encourage repeat flowering. Full sun preferred. Height and spread: 20-50cm.


Tradescantia (Andersoniana Group) 'Euridice'

Tradescantia (Andersoniana Group) 'Euridice'£5.95

Clump forming hardy perennial suitable for sun or partial shade. Delicate three-petalled pale blue flowers form above the strappy foliage in the summer. Ideal for the front-mid border. H: 40cm. Fully hardy..


Tradescantia (Andersoniana Group) 'Little White Doll'

Tradescantia (Andersoniana Group) 'Little White Doll'£5.95

Small, clump-forming perennial, preferring full sun and moist but well drained soil. Long display of very pretty white flowers with fluffy blue and gold stamens in summer. H: 25cm. Fully hardy.


Tricyrtis  'Empress'

Tricyrtis 'Empress'£5.95

A rare form of toad lily, carrying large white flowers marked with dark purple spots over a period of several weeks. Plant in light shade and reasonably moist soil, rich in organic matter. Fully hardy. H: 70cm


Tricyrtis formosa 'Dark Beauty'

Tricyrtis formosa 'Dark Beauty'£5.95

Toad Lily Native to woodlands in Japan, forming a clump of hairy, glossy dark green leaves. White flowers heavily spotted with dark purple in early autumn. Moist shade preferred. H:80cm


Tricyrtis hirta 'Tojen'

Tricyrtis hirta 'Tojen'£6.95

Toad Lily. A giant cultivar of this Far Eastern woodland perennial, with unspotted lavender-purple flowers with white centres in late summer. Best in cool, dappled shade. Fully hardy. H: up to 90cm.


Tricyrtis latifolia

Tricyrtis latifolia£5.95

Fully hardy woodland perennial from woodlands in Japan. Tall stems to about 60cm bear unusually broad, mid-green leaves. In mid to later summer very pretty yellow flowers marked with chocolate brown spots are produced- much appreciated by bees seeking nectar. Plant in cool, shady conditions.


Trifolium ochroleucon

Trifolium ochroleucon£5.95

A lovely sun-loving hardy perennial for mid-border, especially where a 'natural meadow' feel is sought. Large fluffy yellowy-light cream flowers in mid-summer, very popular with bees. Fully hardy. H: 40cm


Trifolium rubens f.album 'Frosty Feathers'

Trifolium rubens f.album 'Frosty Feathers'£5.95

Robust and easy to grow fully hardy clump-forming perennial. Produces large pure white feathery clover flowers in summer. Green characteristic clover-like leaves. Cut back after flowering to encourage repeat blooms. Once established becomes pretty drought tolerant. Great for bees and other nectar-seeking insects. Plant in full sun. H: 60cm


Trollius 'Lemon Supreme'£5.95

Clump forming perennial. Closely resembles a very large buttercup, with palelemon- yellow globular flowers 7cm across in late spring/early summer. Moist soil preferred and some shade. H: 60cm. Hardy.


Trollius cultorum 'New Moon'

Trollius cultorum 'New Moon'£5.95

Intoduced in 2011, this is a marked improvement over the well-loved variety 'Alabaster' Large creamy-yellow flowers from April through to mid-summer. Dark green and handsome foliage. Enjoys full sun and rich soils that remain reasonably moist. Will take a couple of years to produce an outstanding display so a litle patience will be amply rewarded. Fully hardy. H:60cm


Tulbaghia violacea 'Silver Lace'

Tulbaghia violacea 'Silver Lace'£4.95

Sun-loving hardy perennial, with thin silvery-green striped leaves and small clusters of delicate pink flowers held on upright stems in early summer. H:30cm


Verbena hastata 'Pink Spires'

Verbena hastata 'Pink Spires'£5.95

American Vervain. Large and fully hardy perennial from North America. Produces a mass of little spires each crammed with pale pink flowers, each wih a dark pink eye throughout summer. Great for bees and butterflies. Plant in full sun (six hours of sun or more each day in summer) in soil that is moist but well drained. Fully hardy. Height: about 1m


Verbena officianalis 'Bampton'

Verbena officianalis 'Bampton'£4.95

Wonderful short lived perennial which seeds around rather nicely so has a persistent presence in the garden . Bampton is bushy and upright with deep purple foliage and fine, wiry stems bearing small spikes of deep purplish-pink flowers in mid-late summer. Full sun. H: 60cm. Well drained soil. Choice plant.


Vernonia novaeboracensis

Vernonia novaeboracensis£6.95

Hardy perennial from north America, producing clusters of purple flowers in late summer. Thrives in full sun in moist garden soil or perhaps a boggy ditch. H: 150cm


Veronica gentianoides 'Barbara Sherwood'

Veronica gentianoides 'Barbara Sherwood'£5.95

Clump forming perennial flowering in May into summer. Particluarly attractive tall flower spikes of the palest blue. Bright green basal rosette of leaves. H:60cm. Full sun or partial shade. Moist but well drained soil. Hardy,


Veronica gentianoides 'Little Blues'£5.95

Compact form of Veronica gentianoides, bearing sprires of light blue flowers with darker veins in late spring and early summer. Enjoys full sun and a moist but well drained soil. Will also do well in a pot, especially on account of its compact size. Shiny green evergreen foliage. Fully hardy and trouble free. H: 15cm


Veronica longifolia 'Charlotte'£5.95

Hardy perennial for full sun or light shade in any decent garden soil. Lightly variegated foliage with the mid-green offest by a delicate cream margin. Slender spires of tiny white flowers summer. Cut back after flowering to encourage a second flush, especially if given some fertiliser and the occaisonal drink. Bees love it!. Fully hardy and easy to grow. H: 90cm

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