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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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Campanula lactiflora 'Loddon Anna'

Campanula lactiflora 'Loddon Anna'£5.50

Tall, fully hardy perennial with soft pink flowers from early summer to autumn. Vigorous clump forming. Prefers moist but well drained soil; light shade for best colour. H: 1.2-1.5m; W: 60cm.


Campanula latifolia ' var. alba'

Campanula latifolia ' var. alba'£4.50

Clump forming erect perennial which prefers shade and a spot of moisture. White bell flowers with linear lobed petals in summer. H: 1m. Fully hardy.


Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty'

Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty'£4.50

Lovely 'cottage garden' hardy perennial, forming neat rosettes of bright green leaves and in summer tall spires carrying unusually large poweder blue 'bell flowers'. Best in fulll sun and moist, well drained soils. Full height of the flower stems will be about 90cm


Campanula poscharskyana 'E.H. Frost'

Campanula poscharskyana 'E.H. Frost'£4.95

Spreading hardy perennial. Mid green heart shaped leaves. White star shaped flowers occur from summer into the autumn. H:15cm. Full sun or partial shade. Good ground cover.


Campanula trachelium 'Bernice'£4.50

Clump forming, upright, hardy perennial flowering in mid summer. Slender tall stems, up to 60cm, carry mid-blue flowers,with outward curling petals revealing a further inner set of petals inside the flower. Hardy. H:60cm. Full sun and moist but well drained soil preferred.


Centaurea 'Pulchra Major'£5.95

A very fine form of 'ornamental thistle' but minus the spines and with loads of large soft pink flowers in summer. Very good for bees. Best in full sun and in moist but well drained soil. Very easy to grow and trouble free. Fully hardy. Final height will be up to 1m.


Centaurea atropurpurea

Centaurea atropurpurea£4.95

Ornamental thistle, native to the Balkans. Produces brilliant red flowers on tall stems in summer and will continue flowering if dead-headed. Silvery-leaves, intriguing bristly bronze-coloured flower buds and last well as a cut flower. Very attractive to bees and butterflies. Best in full sun and moist but well drained soils.


Centaurea macrocephala£4.50

Centaurea macrocephala has many common names, including bighead knapweed, lemon fluff, or yellow bachelor's button. It is native to the Caucasus and enjoys growing in full sun and in any decent garden soil, being remarkably resilient and tolerant of poor conditions. In summer it will produce large, yellow flowerheads, atop tall stems, that will be very popular with bees and butterflies. Fully hardy, Height: 1.75m


Centaurea montana 'Purple Heart'

Centaurea montana 'Purple Heart'£5.95

White flowerheads with a clear purple heart are borne on dense grey/green woolly stems from late spring to summer. Moist but well drained soil preferred. Fully hardy. H: 45cm; W:60cm.


Centaurea nigra£4.50

Centaurea nigra is a species of perennial flowering plant, and a stalwart of any meadow type planting intended to attract bees. The fluffy mauve flowerheads are in fact one of the very best sources of nectar of any plant found naturally gowing in Britain. Full sun and moist but well drained soil preferred. Fully hardy. Height: about 1m


Centaurea ruthenica£4.95

Hardy perennial for a sunny spot in any decent soil. Attractive dark green and deeply divided (pinnatifid) foliage, and sulphur-yellow thistle-like flower heads in mid-suumer. Best in full sun. H: 120


Cephalaria gigantea

Cephalaria gigantea£5.95

Giant Scabious. Lovely back of the border plant. Pale lemon pin-cushion flowerheads borne throughout summer. H:2m. Hardy. Grow in sun or partial shade in well drained soil.

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