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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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Patrinia scabiosifolia

Patrinia scabiosifolia£5.00


Persicaria amplexicaulis ‘Alba’£6.00

White-flowered red bistort

A spreading plant for damp soil in sun to part-shade where it will form a carpet of green leaves from which arise spikes of small white flowers, from July to October. Copes well with poorly drained/ heavy soil.

Persicaria microcephala 'Red Dragon'

Persicaria microcephala 'Red Dragon'£6.00

Striking foliage plant with pointed redish purple leaves with a paler V marking.

Persicaria weyrichii

Persicaria weyrichii£6.00

A species from the Sakhalin Islands (off the east coast of Russia) with greenish white flower heads from July to September. Matures to big clumps which can start to sucker by way of large fleshy roots

Phlox subulata 'McDaniel's Cushion'

Phlox subulata 'McDaniel's Cushion'£5.00

Moss Phlox

A drought tolerant, mat forming perennial with masses of small deep pink flowers in late spring early summer. Ideal for the front of a border or rockery. and for sandy soil or chalky soils. Grows to about 15cm tall

Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Alba'

Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Alba'£5.00

White Pasqueflower

White flowered cultivar of our native Pasqueflower with nodding, bell-shaped flowers in spring followed by silky seed heads. Ideal for a rockery.

Pulsatilla vulgaris Heiler Hybrids

Pulsatilla vulgaris Heiler Hybrids£5.00

Pasque flower

Mixed hybrids with bell shaped flowers in red and blue shades from March to June followed by silky seed heads.

Rhodohypoxis  'Donald Mann'

Rhodohypoxis 'Donald Mann'£6.00

Small perennial for a rockery, growing from corm-like structures. Vivid pink flowers all summer. Full sun in well-drained soil, or under cover in pots.

Rodgersia podophylla

Rodgersia podophylla£6.00

Rodgers' bronze-leaf

In spring bronze tinted palmate leaves appear and turn green as they expand. Fluffy pink-white flowers appear in summer, in autumn the leaves turn bronze.

Sanguisorba officinalis ‘Little Angel'

Sanguisorba officinalis ‘Little Angel'£6.00

Great BurnetA variegated form of Burnet making low clumps of green and white leaves topped with little pink bottlebrush flowers in summer, a nice colour combination. Moist humusy soil in part shade.
Scabiosa triandra

Scabiosa triandra£5.00

A wild flower from Southern Europe, with small lilac flowers on thin stems over a long period summer, from June to September. A 'see through' plant, similar in habit to S.ochroleuca which has yellow flowers. Well drained soil in sun. Good wit

Sempervivum 'Red Papaver'

Sempervivum 'Red Papaver'£4.50

Vigourous hardy succulent with deep red rosettes which multiply rapidly. Grow in full sun on a rockery or in a sink garden or other shallow container in gritty soil. Also good for a 'green roof'. Attractive all year round.

Senecio polyodon

Senecio polyodon£5.00

Masses of lovely mauve daisies, to 2 cm across, on long stems in summer. For sun and well drained soil. Good for a rockery. Short lived but will seed around. Hardy in mild areas.

Solidago flexicaulis 'Variegata'

Solidago flexicaulis 'Variegata'£6.00

Zig-Zag Goldenrod

An unusual cultivar which makes an ideal plant for sun to part shade. The brightly variegated foliage on zig zag stems is topped by sprays of small yellow flowers in late summer.


Thalictrum isopyroides£6.00

A delightful species, growing to only around 18" tall, forming mounds of very small maidenhair-like leaves, topped in early summer with sprays of small pale yellow flowers.

Tolmiea menziesii 'Taffs Gold'

Tolmiea menziesii 'Taffs Gold'£5.00

Pick a Back Plant

Woodland plant related to the Heuchera with hairy leaves which sometimes carry baby plants.

Veronica austriaca ssp. teucrium 'Royal Blue'

Veronica austriaca ssp. teucrium 'Royal Blue'£6.00

Saw leaved Speedwell

A compact, spreading perennial with deep blue flowers from June-August. Ideal for edging the front of the border. For moist, well drained soil in full sun or part shade.


Veronica spicata 'Ulster Blue Dwarf'£6.00


Neat clump-forming perennial with dense spikes of dark blue flowers in from June to August. Good for the front of the border, also suitable for a pot. Grow in well drained soil in sun/part shade. Attracts bees and butterflies

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