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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 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

Aconitum cammarum 'Stainless Steel'

Aconitum cammarum 'Stainless Steel'£6.95

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.

Actaea dahurica

Actaea dahurica£6.50

A rare and glorious woodland specialist, thriving in cool and moist soils rich in organic matter and in dappled shade. Pure white and sweetly fragrant flowers appears towards the end of summer as small 'bottlebrushes' atop very tall stems, up to 1.5m or more in height! Will attract butterflies. Fully hardy and much sought after.

Actaea pachypoda

Actaea pachypoda£7.95

A hardy, rhizomatous, woodland perennial from woodlands in E. North America. Attractive, deeply incised leaves, delicate white flowers in late spring, white berries on red stems. Prefers shade and moister soils. H: 60-90cm

Actaea simplex 'Brunette'

Actaea simplex 'Brunette'£6.95

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  'Amsterdam'

Agapanthus 'Amsterdam'£6.50

A beautiful hardy perennial, bearing magnificient umbels of bright blue flowers in summer. Best in rich soils and quite a warm and sheltered spot, or kept in a pot and over-wintered in a cold glasshouse. Fully hardy. H: 80cm

Agapanthus  'Dokter Brouwer'

Agapanthus 'Dokter Brouwer'£4.95

Herbaceous perennial with large mid blue flower umbels in early summer. Lovely upright variety with stiff stems. The flower buds are darker than the blue flowers, offering a lovely contrast. Prefers full sun and a rich, well drained soil. Hardy. H:80cm

Agapanthus  'Gayle's Lilac'

Agapanthus 'Gayle's Lilac'£5.50

Lily of the Nile. A relatively compact form with large soft pale blue-lilac coloured flowers in midsummer. This agapanthus is an early flowerer and flowers profusely. Hardy H: 50cm

Agapanthus  'Purple Cloud'

Agapanthus 'Purple Cloud'£9.50

Clump-forming hardy perennial, with tall stems each bearing a large umbel of nodding, deep violet-blue flowers in mid and late summer The buds are deep purple. Grow in moist but well-drained soil in a sheltered site full sun and mulch well in autumn in colder areas. H: 0.5 to1m Hardy.

Agapanthus africanus 'Albus'

Agapanthus africanus 'Albus'£12.95

Clump-forming and hardy perennial, forming a basal rosette of broad mid-green leaves and with large clusters of white flowers on tall stems in summer. Evergreen. Prefers a sunny site. It is best to keep agapanthus watered after flowering so that flower buds form for the following year. H: 90cm

Agapanthus campanulatus

Agapanthus campanulatus£7.50

Tall agapanthus, ideal for a hot, dry sunny border. Rounded umbels of pale blue flowers occur on strong stems in late summer. One of the latest flowering agapanthus. Attractive narrow grey-green leaves. Deciduous. H:60-120cm.

Agapanthus campanulatus 'alba'£7.50

Late flowering clump forming perennial. Green-grey basal leaves. Deciduous. Pure white flowers on tall flower stems occur in late summer. H: 60cm. Hardy. Full sun and well drained soil. (NB Agapanthus need some moisture early in the season to help form flower buds.)

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