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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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Campanula cochleariifolia 'Elizabeth Oliver'£5.00

BellflowerName unceratin. Small mat forming perennial with masses of small, double, pendant bell-shaped, pale lavender flowers from June-August. Grow in well drained soil in full sun.
 
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Campanula portenschlagiana 'Catharina'

Campanula portenschlagiana 'Catharina'£5.00

Wall Bellflower

A delightful little perennial with masses of violet-blue, upward facing, bell-shaped flowers. Perfect for rockeries, pots or border edges. Will grow into the cracks of walls and paving.

 
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Campanula takesimana 'Elizabeth'

Campanula takesimana 'Elizabeth'£6.00

Korean bellflower

Spreading perennial forming ground covering mats of foliage. Dusky-pink speckled bell-shaped flowers are held on upright stems, from June to September. For moist but well drained soil in sun or part shade.

 
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Chrysanthemum  'Hillfield Apricot'

Chrysanthemum 'Hillfield Apricot'£5.00

Hardy Chrysanthemum

A hardy, late flowering cultivar, with delicate pinky apricot single flowers.

 
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Coreopsis verticillata 'Golden Gain'

Coreopsis verticillata 'Golden Gain'£5.00

Tickseed

Lovely cultivar with very narrow leaves and soft, primrose-yellow daisies from June-Sept. Very drought tolerant. Grow in well drained soil in full sun. Loved by bees and butterflies

 
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Crocosmia 'Prince of Orange'

Crocosmia 'Prince of Orange'£5.00

A cultivar bred for the cut flower trade for its large seed heads. The flowers are large, outward facing and a vivid eye-catching orange

 

Dianthus barbatus ‘Nigrescens' ('Sooty')£5.00

A hardy biennial or short-lived perennial form of Sweet William with dark red to black flowers in summer which are scented, & ideal for cutting.

 

Dianthus carthusianorum£6.00

German pink

A great plant for hot dry summers. Wiry stems carry scented, bright magenta flowers from June-Sept. Ideal for a gravel garden, rockery, dry bank on sandy or chalky soils.

 
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Digitalis grandiflora

Digitalis grandiflora£6.00

(Syn. Digitalis ambigua) Perennial Foxglove with creamy-yellow flowers with amroon spots inside from June to July. For sun to part shade in any well drained soil. Toxic if ingested

 

Digitalis purpurea Snow Thimble£5.00

Foxglove

Biennial Foxglove with bold spikes of white flowers from May-July. For sun/part shade in well drained soil. Ideal for naturalising or a cottage garden as it will seed around generously. Flowers in the second year from sowing. Toxic if ingested

 
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Eryngium bourgatii

Eryngium bourgatii£5.00

Sea Holly

A striking perennial with electric-blue, thistle-like flowers in mid-summer. For well drained soil in full sun.

 
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Euphorbia cyparissias 'Fens Ruby'

Euphorbia cyparissias 'Fens Ruby'£5.00

Milkweed, Spurge

Vigorous, spreading perennial with grey-green leaves which are purple when young. Loose sprays of yellow-green flowers from May to July.

 
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Galatella sedifolia (Aster sedifolius)

Galatella sedifolia (Aster sedifolius)£5.00

Flowering from August to October, this has masses of pale mauve flowers on tall stems. For sun and well-drained soil, lovely with grasses and Crocosmias.

 
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Geranium  'Brookside'

Geranium 'Brookside'£5.00

A superb violet-blue flowered cultivar forming spreading clumps of attractively cut leaves. Very good for smothering weeds.

 
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Geranium  'Nimbus'

Geranium 'Nimbus'£5.00

Crane's Bill

Long flowering perennial which makes a lovely neat clump of deeply cut leaves and violet-purple flowers from early to mid summer. Great for filling gaps in a border

 
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Geranium 'Alan Mayes'

Geranium 'Alan Mayes'£6.00

Cranesbill

Similar to G. magnificum but longer flowering. This is a great plant for filling out a border or softening the edge with its thick, downy foliage. Purple-blue flowers May-July. Fairly drought tolerant once established.

 
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Geranium himalayense

Geranium himalayense£5.00

Himalayan Cranesbill

Spreading perennial with mauve-blue flowers over a long period in summer. Good for filling big gaps in a border or a wild garden where it will attract lots of pollinators. Any soil except waterlogged in sun or part shade

 
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Geranium magnificum

Geranium magnificum£5.00

Crane's Bill

Large, clump-forming hybrid with soft, hairy green leaves which turn red in autumn.

 
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