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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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Verbena hastata

Verbena hastata£3.50

American Blue Vervain. Large and fully hardy perennial from North America. Dense terminal panicles of violet-blue flowers in summer. Prefers full sun abd damp soil. H:1.5m


Verbena officianalis 'Bampton'£4.50

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.


Veronica 'Pink Damask'£5.50

Long-flowering hardy perennial for a sunny position. Tall, elegant spires of tiny pastel pink flowers in summer. Easy to grow and trouble free, and attractive to bees. Fully hardy. H: about 60cm.


Veronica  'Shirley Blue'

Veronica 'Shirley Blue'£5.50

Delighful sun-loving hardy perennial, for front of border, as ground cover or perhaps tumbling over a low wall. Electric blue flowers in early summer. Cut back hard after sumer to maintain a compact and neat habit. Fully hardy. H: about 20cm only.


Veronica austriaca

Veronica austriaca£4.95

Sun-loving, fully hardy and mound-forming herbaceous perennial, with deeply toothed leaves and erect spikes of bright blue flowers throughout summer. Cut back after flowering to encourage later blooming. H+S about 75cm


Veronica gentianoides 'Barbara Sherwood'

Veronica gentianoides 'Barbara Sherwood'£4.50

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 longifolia 'Charlotte'£3.95

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


Veronicastrum virginicum 'Cupid'

Veronicastrum virginicum 'Cupid'£6.95

Sun-loving hardy perennial, ideal for mid- to rear-border. Produces elegant, tall spires of lilac-blue flowers from mid-summer onwards, and also makes a very stylish cut flower. Much loved by bees and butterflies. Plant in any reasonable garden soil; perhaps incorporate organic matter at planting time if there is risk of drying out in summer. Fully hardy. H: 90cm


Vinca minor f. alba

Vinca minor f. alba£4.50

Small leaved evergreen spreading perennial. Star shaped white flowers in spring-early summer. Intermittently flowers throughout the year. Likes poor soil. Can tolerate shade. H:20cm. Hardy.


Viola cornuta 'Victoria's Blush'

Viola cornuta 'Victoria's Blush'£4.50

Very pretty and compact hardy perennial, with pale pink iflowers n spring and into summer. Will do well in full sun or light shade. Fully hardy. H: 20cm


Viola labradorica

Viola labradorica£3.50

Semi-evergreen perennial, spreading indefinitely; with solitary pale blue to purple flowers in late spring and summer. Attractive dark purplish heart shaped leaves. Native of Canada/Greenland. Prefers slightly moist soils, perhaps in some light shade. Fully Hardy. H:8-10cm.


Viola odorata

Viola odorata£3.50

Semi-evergreen. Sweetly scented bright blue or white flowers late winter/spring. Self seeds freely. Excellent for a wildlife or woodland garden. H:20cm. Hardy. Prefers dappled shade.

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