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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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Primula vulgaris

Primula vulgaris£3.50

Clump forming perennial. Delightful pale yellow flowers in early spring. Full sun or partial shade. Moist but well drained soil. Hardy. One of our all time favourite plants. H:10cm


Primula vulgaris 'Drumcliff'

Primula vulgaris 'Drumcliff'£3.95

Hardy, spirng flowering perennial, forming neat rosettes of dark green foliage with a red flush, and in spring, appealing clusters of soft creamy-pink flowers with a distinct yellow eye. Best in cool and reasonably moist conditions, perhaps in a little light shade, but other wise very easy to grow. H:20cm


Primula vulgaris 'Guinevere'

Primula vulgaris 'Guinevere'£3.50

Delicate form of primrose, with very pale lilac flowers with golden centres. Dark green-dark reddish foliage. Best in dappled shade and a moist soil. Fully hardy. H: about 15cm only.


Primula vulgaris 'Val Horncastle'

Primula vulgaris 'Val Horncastle'£3.95

A very pretty double form of common primrose. Best suited to dappled shade and reasonably cool and moist and conditions. Flowering in spring. Fully hardy. H: 15cm


Primula x bulleesiana

Primula x bulleesiana£4.50

Candelabra primula. Herbaceous perennial suitable for a shady moist spot. Whorls of carmine-mid pink-tangerine flowers in early summer. Self seeds. H: 50cm. Hardy.


Pulmonaria  'Blue Ensign'

Pulmonaria 'Blue Ensign'£4.50

Lungwort. Clump forming perennial with very attractive dark green velvety basal leaves. Large rich blue flowers in spring. One of the best plain-leaved cultivars. Shade. Hardy. H:30cm.


Pulsatilla vulgaris£4.50

Pasque Flower. So-called due to its habits of flowering at Easter time; large purple-indigo flowers with golden stamens emerge from densely downy foliage. Prefers full sun and well drained soil. Fully hardy. H: 15-20cm


Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Alba'

Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Alba'£3.95

White form of this beautiful hardy perennial, with softly downy foliage and large cup-shaped flowers in spring. Prefers sun and well drained soil. Happy on chalk. Fully hardy. H: 20cm


Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Pearl Bells (Perlen Glocke)'

Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Pearl Bells (Perlen Glocke)'£4.95

Very pretty form of Pasque Flower, with soft pink flowers and golden stamens. Feathery foliage and seed heads. Flowers around Easter each year. Does well in full sun and moist but well drained soil. Fully hardy. H: 25cm


Rodgersia aesculifolia£4.95

Clump forming hardy perennial. Large and very showy mid-green leaves 25cm long with hairy stems (5-9 obovate toothed leaflets). Delicate panicles of tiny pink-white star shaped flowers on tall stems in summer.Rodgersia aesculifolia enjoys full sun or partial shade and moist humus-rich soils. It can also be planted in nearly waterlogged soils, where it will grow to its full potential and put on a bold and architectural display of large leaves in addition to the bee-friendly spires of flowers. Height: about 1m


Rodgersia pinnata

Rodgersia pinnata£5.95

Clump forming hardy perennial with very attractive heavily lobed large bronze-green leaves. Shade and moisture preferred. Spires of white flowers in late summer. H:80cm.


Rodgersia sambucifolia£6.95

Vigorous clump forming perennial for moist soil in semi shade or sun. Attractive large pinnate toothed leaflets (up to 75cm long). White or pink flowers in dense panicles (up to 45cm long) in early-mid summer. H:90cm. Hardy.

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