Fuchsia 'Walz Jubelteen' is a stiffly, upright shrub with ovate, dark green leaves and upward-facing single pink to pale pink flowers throughout the summer. Pinch out growing tips to encourage bushiness and be very attentive to regular watering and feeding and you will be rewarded with a summer-long display of flowers. Fuchsia 'Walz Jubeltee ' can tolerate light frost but not being deep frozen so best grown in a pot and over-wintered in a cold glasshouse or unheated conservatory
Hardy, deciduous climbing fuchsia, sporting very handsome deep pink and virtually black flowers from mid to late summer. Train up a trellis or other framework for the best results, in full sun or light shade. H; up to 2m. Frost hardy.
Wonderful aster for mid border flowering from late summer into autumn. Clump forming perennial preferring well drained but moist soil in sun or partial shade. Masses of mauve delicate flowers forming billowing mounds are found on the plants from late August throughout September. H:. 1m.
Unusual and hardy bulbous perennial from southern Africa. Tall stems bearing up to 30 pale green flowers in summer from basal rosette of leaves. Well drained and a sunny position for best results. H:1m
Clump forming hardy perennial with dissected leaves. Pale pink cup shaped flowers throughout the summer. Cut back after flowering to encourage later flowering. H:40cm. Sun or partial shade. Well drained soil.
Clump forming perennial forming mounds of green lobed leaves and bearing light lavender pink flowers with a light centre in late spring-mid summer. Prefers freely draining but moist soil. Thrives in semi-shade or sunny positions, and enjoys soils that do not get too dry in summer. Fully hardy. H:50cm.
Erect, clump-forming herbaceous perennial spreading to perhaps 45cm with about 60 cm height. White saucer-shaped flowers in early summer. Best in reasonably moist soils in sun or semi-shade. Full hardy.
Clump forming herbaceous perennial with pendant white flowers, native to sub-alpine meadows from the Pyrenees east to W. Russia. Prefers moist reasonably well drained soil in sun or partial shade. Hardy. H:80cm.
An extremely easy-going plant, tolerant of a wide range of conditions, with a long flowering period. Mid green dissected leaves turning red in the autumn. Pure white flowers throughout late spring-summer. H: 30cm
Low growing herbaceous perennial with delicately lobed dark green leaves. Throughout late spring and summer pale pink cup shaped flowers occur above the attractive foliage. Spreads rather well in light shade or sun and a moist but freely draining soil. Hardy. H: 20cm.
Classic 'cottage garden' stalwart, forming neat mounds of weed-smothering foliage, and producing clouds of charming soft pink flowers in summer. Very robust and easy to grow, especially enjoying a little shade and drier soils but otherwise very undemanding. Fully hardy. H: 30cm
Compact evergreen perennial spreading slowly by runners. Pink tinged white flowers in summer. H: 30cm. Hardy. Sun or partial shade, well drained soil. Very robust and easy to grow, making effective ground cover in even quite poor conditions.
Extremely versatile, robust plant, ideal for forming dense, weed-suppressing ground cover. Compact neats mounds of aromatic mid-green foliage, and masses of soft mauve to pink flowers with pink anthers - very popular with bees. Foliage is nicely coloured in the autumn and in sheltered positions may be evergreen. Tolerates pretty much all soils in full sun to quite deep shade. Fully hardy. H: about 40cm
Geum 'Dark and Stormy' produces literally dozens of semi double orange to red flowers once established, producing an eye-catching bi-colour effect from late spring to early summer. Best in rich and fertile soils that remain reasonably moist, Fully hardy and clump-forming, this is a robust and colourful addition to any garden. Height: about 45cm
Recent introduction and considered a major improvement. A fully hardy clump forming perennial, tall and very freely flowering. Flowers, from late April to October, are a lovely soft tangerine orange. Grows in most soils in a sunny position. Tall for a Geum, height up to 1m or even more.
An herbaceous perennial native to the prairies of North America. This avens is a pretty plant with grey, ferny, divided foliage, bearing three-flowered heads (triflorum) of red, single and double blooms in summer. Attractive feathery seed heads then follow and remain showy all summer. H:45cm. Moist soil. Hardy
Erect hardy perennial from woodlands in the eastern USA. Handsome toothed leaves and small star-like white flowers throughout summer. Prefers moist shade but is pretty tolerant. H:50cm when young but reaching 1m when mature
A beautiful bulbous perennial from eastern Africa, from Ethiopia to Malawi, with very fragrant funnel shaped white flowers with purple throat from late summer-autumn. Best in full sun and well-drained soils. Lift the bulb in frost prone areas in autumn, or otherwise dry-mulch heavily. Half-hardy. H:1m
Clump forming, slowly spreading ground hugging perennial with a height of about 10cm and a spread of about 25cm. Rounded deep green leaves, masses of small white flowers throughout the summer. Fully hardy and doing best in full sun and well drained soils - perfect for a rockery, or example.
Low, spreading semi-evergreen perennial with small grey-green pewter coloured leaves. Numerous small pale pink flowers throughout summer. Forms matts of ground cover. Native to the Alps and Pyrenees. Best in full sun. H20cm W: 50cm
An upright, clump-forming herbaceous perennial with simple leaves and masses of showy golden daisy-like flower-heads from mid to late summer on tall, erect stems. Fully hardy and best in full sun in fertile soil that does not get too dry - mulch well if in doubt. Great for bees and butterflies. H: about 75cm