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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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Astrantia maxima

Astrantia maxima£4.95

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.


Baptisia  'Blueberry Sundae'

Baptisia 'Blueberry Sundae'£7.95

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


Baptisia 'Grape Taffy'£7.50

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


Baptisia 'Pink Lemonade'£7.50

Attractive clump-forming perennial forming a handsome clump of grey green pea-like leaves. Tall spires of pink-soft yellow-dusty raspberry lupin-like flowers 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


Baptisia  'Vanilla Cream'

Baptisia 'Vanilla Cream'£7.95

Very easy to grow hardy prennial for a sunny spot. Produces upright flowering stems about 25cm long, with a spire of yellow buds which open to cream flowers, with the characteristic form of the pea family. Drought tolerant once established. Do not pinch out growing tips to encourage bushiness; over 2-3 seasons a naturally full plant will develop. Fully hardy. H: up to 1m


Baptisia alba£7.50

An upright, clump forming perennial with attractive blue-green leaves. In mid summer the plant produces tall stems carrying white lupin-like flowers. The lupin-like plant is fairly drought resistant and forms a handsome clump once mature. Hardy. Full sun and well drained soil. H:1m. Hardy..


Boltonia asteroides 'var. latisquama 'Nana''£4.50

Airy herbaceous perennial flowering very late in the summer to autumn. Blue green thin leaves and pale pink-lilac daisy-like flowers floating above the foliage summer. Full sun and well drained soil. Fully hardy. H:70cm


Brunnera macrophylla£4.50

Spreading rhizomatous perennial for the shady garden. Large heart shaped leaves and small forget-me-not blue flowers throughout the spring. H:30cm. Hardy.


Brunnera macrophylla 'Betty Bowring'

Brunnera macrophylla 'Betty Bowring'£5.95

Clump forming perennial for the shady garden. Heart shaped leaves and small pure white flowers throughout the spring. In time will form very effective ground cover. H:30cm. Hardy.


Brunnera macrophylla 'Hadspen Cream'£4.50

Clump forming perennial. Cream-green variagated leaf. Tiny forget-me-not flowers in spring. Full or dappled shade. Hardy. Moist soil. H:10cm.


Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost'

Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost'£6.50

Clump forming herbaceous perennial. An excellent plant for a cool and shady position, with bright blue flowers from spring into summer, and dramatically silver variegated leaves that can grow very large under the right conditions froming effective ground cover. Highly recommended. H: about 50cm


Caltha palustris£4.50

Moisture loving perennial or pond marginal. Creeping stems. Fleshy waxy kidney shaped leaves. Large golden buttercup flowers in spring. H:60cm. Native to NW USA. Fully Hardy.

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