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Hardy perennials are the mainstay of the herbaceous border, giving colour through the year for very litte effort and attracting bees and butterflies into the garden.
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
Late flowering perennial with soft pink daisies from August to September.
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.
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.
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.
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.
A Bergenia with a striking variegation - the large green leaves are streaked & spotted with golden yellow.
An aromatic perennial making soft mounds of scented, grey leaves & masses of small white flowers throughout summer. A great filler for a sunny border and highly attractive to Bees.
This British native produces cheerful, shiny, yellow flowers in spring. For shallow water or a bog garden.
A hardy cultivar with double apricot flowers - starts flowering in August, going on into late autumn.
Hardy Plants for Chalky/Alkaline Soil
Hardy Plants for Dry/Sandy Soil
Hardy Plants for Heavy/Clay Soil
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