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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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Angelica dahurica

Angelica dahurica£6.95

Hardy herbaceous perennial, native to Siberia. Purplish-green stem. First year plants have basal divided leaves. Second or third year plants have a sturdy, hollow one-inch diameter stalk to 2m height with greenish-white flowers on umbels up to 12 inches in diameter in summer. Will thrive in rich moist soil in sun or partial shade. Fully hardy

Angelica gigas

Angelica gigas£6.95

Stately subject for a moist but well drained spot in full sun. Reddish flower heads. Dead-head to ensure perennial growth, otherwise biennial. H:2m

Anthemis tinctora 'Sauce Hollandaise'£4.95

Vigorous, spreading perennial with dissected grey-green leaves. Pale sulphur-lemon-cream daisy flowers throughout the summer. Cut down for second flowering. H:50cm. Hardy. Full sun.

Anthemis tinctoria 'E.C. Buxton'

Anthemis tinctoria 'E.C. Buxton'£5.50

Floriferous, hardy perennial for front-mid of the border. Lovely soft, buttery yellow daisy-like flowers throughout the summer. Cut back after flowering for a second flush of flowers and to keep the plant tidy. Very much prefers full sun and reasonably well drained soils. H:50cm.

Anthericum liliago

Anthericum liliago£4.50

St. Bernard's Lily. Rhizomatous with grass-like leaves 40cm long. White lily-like small flowers are borne in racemes in early summer. H:90cm. Hardy. Full sun. Fertile well-drained soil.

Antirrhinum majus 'Night and Day'

Antirrhinum majus 'Night and Day'£4.50

Striking red and white flowered perennial snapdragon. Dark leaves acting as an excellent foil for the flowers. H:18in. Full sun. Well drained soil.

Aquilegia  'Kristall'

Aquilegia 'Kristall'£4.50

A fully hardy herbaceous perennial which will thrive in dappled shade and soil rich in organic matter - typical of woodland marginal plants. 'Kristall' will bear beautiful, pure white flowers with long spurs on tall stems in early summer. Cutting back can often a encourage second flush of flowers later in the season. Will set seed readily and hybridise with neighbouring plants; good for bees. H:about 30cm

Aquilegia  'Silver Queen'

Aquilegia 'Silver Queen'£4.50

Hardy perennial suitable for semi or deep shade. Very elegant pure white flowers with long spurs on slender stems. H:70cm.

Aquilegia flabellata 'Cameo Soft Pink'£2.95

A very compact from of columbine, bearing delightful soft pink flowers above fern-like foliage from srping and into early summer. Ideal for rockeries or for a small pot, fully hardy and happy in full sun or dappled shade in moist but well drained soils. Fully hardy. Final height will be no more than about 10cm

Aquilegia vulgaris 'Heidi (syn. Antique Pink)'£3.50

Lovely spring flowering hardy perennial, perfect for dappled shade or full sn in moist but well drained soils. Pink, nodding flowers in spring and early summer. Responds well to being cut for flowers which will stimulate futher flowering shoots. Fully hardy. H: up to 70cm when established.

Arenaria montana

Arenaria montana£3.95

Evergreen perennial with small dark green leaves. Spreading prostrate stems. Large round white flowers in summer. Full sun or semi-shade. Moist but well drained soil. S:12cm. H:5cm. Hardy.

Arisarum proboscideum

Arisarum proboscideum£3.95

Rhizomatous herbaceous perennial found in moist shaded woodland. Grow in humus rich moisture retentive soil. White tubed purple striped spathes occur in early spring appearing underneath little arrow-head shaped leaves. the spathes have an elongated tip which forms the 'mouse tail'. Hardy. H: 10cm.

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