Exceptionally floriferous late summer flowering hardy perennial; lavender blue daisy-like flowers in late summer. Grow in full sun and in moist but well drained soil. Fully hardy.. Approximate height: 70cm
Shade tolerant and happy in moister soils, Astilbe 'Younique Silver Pink' develops a very pretty clump of finely cut, almost fern-like foliage. In summer flowering stems will be covered of clouds of soft silvery pink flowers - much enjoyed by bees. Will also grow well in pots. Fully hardy. Height: about 60cm
Vigorous clump forming perennial suitable for moister soils in either full sun or partial shade. Attractive red-brown leaves, and large, delicate, plumes of tiny pink flowers in mid-summer. Fully hardy. H:80cm.
Herbaceous clump forming perennial. Generous creamy-white flower plumes in summer that turn light pink as they age giving a lovely bi- color effect . Vigorous. Deer and rabbit resistant. Light shade and some moisture preferred. H: 50cm.
Clump forming perennial with lobed mid-green leaves. Deep red 'pin cushion' flowers throughout summer. Will grow best in either full sun or partial shade in rich, moist but well drained soil. Fully hardy. H:60cm
Clump forming perennial with lobed mid green leaves. Dark red flower heads occur throughout summer-autumn. H60cm. Fully Hardy. Enjoys full sun or a little dappled shade in moister soils, but preferably not waterlogged in winter. Over a couple of seasons will developed into a strong clump and will produce flowers for most of the summer. H60cm.
Hardy perennial, with large white and green pincushion flowers throughout summer, surrounded by a white ruff. The foliage is dark green and deeply lobed. Will perform its best in moister, richer soils, in full sun or light shade. Cut back spent flowers to encourage re-flowering. H:60cm
Clump forming, hardy perennial. Rose-pink flower heads occur throughout summer-autumn. Large pink flower bracts. H:60cm. Hardy. Full sun or partial shade. Once established, pretty tolerant of most conditions.
Hardy perennial, happiest in a sunny and well drained position, producing spires of vibrant indigo blue flowers in summer. over a compact mound of blue-green foliage. Recently introduced and bred from wild plants growing in Texas and selected for shorter stems, exuberant flower colours and robustness. Will attract butterflies. H: 75cm
Attractive clump-forming perennial forming a handsome clump of grey green pea-like leaves. Tall spires of dark purple lupin-like flowers emerge in mid-summer making a very striking plant for the mid border. Full sun and well drained soil preferred. The plant does well in drought conditions. Hardy. H: 1m