Tall, graceful and airy hardy perennial, happy in full sun or light shade. Very pretty foliage, much like an aquilegia, and in summer, sprays of tiny white flowers. Fully hardy and easy to grow, plant in moist but well drained soils, H:1.5m
Hardy perennial with delicate blue-green dissected foliage. Small dainty flowers, yellow-green with carmine stamens. Suitable for moist, well drained soil in sun or part shade. H:60cm. Flowers throughout the summer.
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.
This compact, clump forming perennial is freely flowering and ideal for the front of a border. Pretty white and violet flowers occur throughout the summer into the autumn, amongst mounds of grassy foliage. H:20-50cm. Full sun preferred.
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..
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
Clump forming woodland perennial with dark-mid green basal leaves. White flowers in spring, stalked with three petals, often fading to pink. Deep shade and humus rich soil preferred. Fully hardy. Eastern N. America H:40cm.