Hardy Perennials

Hardy perennials are the mainstay of the herbaceous border, giving colour through the year for very little effort and attracting bees, butterflies and other invertebrates into the garden.

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Achillea  'Cloth of Gold'

Achillea 'Cloth of Gold'£6.00

Yarrow

Tall cultivar with slightly rounded heads of bright yellow flowers from June-Sept. For well drained soil in full sun. Drought tolerant, excellent cut flower and attracts butterflies.

 

Agapanthus 'Gayles Lilac'£6.50

African Lily

A compact semi-evergreen cultivar with pale lilac-blue flowers in summer.

 

Agapanthus 'Twister'£7.50

A deciduous hardy cultivar with stunning bi-coloured flowers from July to September. Best shown off in large pots of gritty John Innes No. 3 compost.

 

Agastache rugosa 'Liquorice Blue'£5.00

Giant Hyssop, Korean Mint

A long flowering perennial with vert aromatic liquorice-scented foliage and upright spikes of violet-blue flowers from June-September. An absolute magnet for pollinators

 
Ajuga reptans 'Black Scallop'

Ajuga reptans 'Black Scallop'£6.00

Bugle

Excellent ground cover perennial with very dark leaves and spikes of dark blue flowers from April to June.

 
Ajuga reptans 'Catlins' Giant'

Ajuga reptans 'Catlins' Giant'£5.00

Bugle

Evergreen cultivar with very large purple leaves to long and spikes of blue flowers from April to June.

 
Amaryllis belladonna

Amaryllis belladonna£6.00

Belladonna Lily, Naked Lady

From the winter rainfall areas of South Africa, the Belladonna lily will produce large scented pink flowers in late autumn.

 
Ampelaster (Aster) carolinianus

Ampelaster (Aster) carolinianus£5.50

Climbing Carolina Aster, Michaelmas Daisy

Rarely offered, this US native produces masses of pale mauve - pink flowers very late in the year, a much appreciated source of food for bees and butterflies.

 

Amsonia 'Ernst Pagels'£5.00

Eastern Blue Star

A bushy perennial with narrow leaves topped with star-shaped pale blue flowers in early summer. Fairly drought tolerant. Reasonable soil in sun/ part shade.

 

Aster (Symphyotrichum) ericoides 'Pink Cloud'£5.00

Michaelmas Daisy

Clouds of small pink daisies from September to November. Superb cut flower, and a good late flower for bees.

 

Aster (Symphyotrichum) n.b 'Little Pink Beauty'£6.00

Michaelmas Daisy

A compact Michaelmas Daisy which is ideal for growing in pots. Soft mauve-pink flowers from late summer to autumn. Likes a sunny well drained spot

 
Aster amellus 'Rosa Erfüllung'

Aster amellus 'Rosa Erfüllung'£6.00

Michaelmas Daisy

Late flowering perennial with soft pink daisies from August to September.

 

Aster novi belgii 'Lady In Blue'£5.00

Michaelmas Daisy

A late flowering perennial with masses of light blue flowers in September and October. Low growing so good for the front of a sunny border, and will be loved by bees and butterflies.

 

Aster trifoliatus ssp. ageratoides 'Asran'£6.00

Masses of small pale lavender flowers from September to November. Makes a steadily increasing clump, good with grasses, other Asters and Chrysanthemums. Good soil in sun to part shade. Mildew free.

 

Astilbe chinensis var. pumila£6.50

A dwarf variety sporting dense plumes of rose-pink fluffy flowers in late summer. Grow in moist soil or at the water's edge in sun to part shade. Will spread to form effective ground cover.

 
Bergenia   'Eden's Magic Giant'

Bergenia 'Eden's Magic Giant'£6.00

Elephant's Ears, Pig Squeak

A striking plant sporting very large green leathery leaves with ruffled edges, growing to around two feet and taking on a purple tinge in the winter. The flowers are mid-pink and appear on stems to 3 feet tall.

 
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