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
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..
(Synonym: Muscari paradoxa). Native from Turkey through the Caucasus, and noted for large broad spikes of deep blue flowers, tinged green inside. Grow in well drained soil in full sun Flowers April-May. Fully hardy. H:20cm
Wonderful perennial suitable for back of a sunny border. Heavily divided ferny foliage supports numerous lemon yellow flowers with a white drop at the end of each petal. Highly floriferous. A hardier version of Bidens. H: 1.5m. Full sun and well drained soil required.
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
Large, erect bulbous perennial, with pale blue to white flowers growing along the upper length of the stems. Ideal for dappled shade or full sun, plant to mid- or rear of border. Native to N. America. Fully hardy. H: up to 1.2m
Fully hardy perennial with a compact and upright habit and which will spreads to form a clump of foliage. Large (5cm) lavender-mauve bell-shaped .flowers are produced in profusion throughout summer. Campanulas enjoy quite moist soils and perhaps a little light shade as well, so plant accordingly for the very best results. H:35cm