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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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Hemerocallis  'Joan Senior'

Hemerocallis 'Joan Senior'£6.00

Daylily

A lovely cultivar with large slightly crinkled, near-white, lily-like flowers in July. Copes well with heavy clay and chalky soil.

 
Hemerocallis  'Mrs Hugh Johnson'

Hemerocallis 'Mrs Hugh Johnson'£6.00

Daylily

Not often offered for sale, this deciduous early to mid-season cultivar has rich mahogany red flowers consisting of fairly narrow petals with a satiny sheen.

 
Hemerocallis  'Stella De Oro'

Hemerocallis 'Stella De Oro'£6.00

Daylily

A popular perennial with narrow leaves and scented, clear yellow, lily-like flowers in early summer.

 
Hemerocallis 'Little Wine Cup'

Hemerocallis 'Little Wine Cup'£6.00

Daylily

An early and repeat flowering modern cultivar with small wine red yellow-throated flowers, mainly June to July. Compact, so good for small gardens, or towards the front of a border.

 
Hesperantha coccinea 'Sunrise'

Hesperantha coccinea 'Sunrise'£6.00

Kaffir Lily

Large salmon-pink, star-shaped flowers to 6cm (2.5in) across from autumn to winter. For moist soil in full sun.

 
Heuchera 'Helen Dillon'

Heuchera 'Helen Dillon'£6.00

A strong-growing cultivar with green leaves speckled and splashed with cream. Long-stalked sprays of small, red bell-shaped flowers appear in May to July. For damp, preferably neutral soil in sun/part shade. Tolerates deep shade if soil is reliably moist.

 
Inula magnifica

Inula magnifica£6.00

Very tall perennial for moist to boggy soil with huge, fine-rayed yellow daisies, to 15cm (6inches) across, from July to September. Sun to part shade. Attracts bees and butterflies.

 
Ipheion  'Alberto Castillo' - potted bulbs

Ipheion 'Alberto Castillo' - potted bulbs£4.50

Beautiful spring flowering bulb with large, elegant white flowers with a faint green central stripe from March to April. Ideal for naturalising in lawns or growing in pots. 20 cms (7").

 
Iris  'English Cottage' (TB)

Iris 'English Cottage' (TB)£5.00

Tall bearded Iris with beautifully fragrant white flowers with a blue flush. Flowers May-June.

 
Iris ensata 'Kumo-no-obi'

Iris ensata 'Kumo-no-obi'£5.00

A beautiful cultivar with large purple flowers in summer. Moist soil, preferably acid soil, sun to part shade.

 
Iris ensata 'White Ladies'

Iris ensata 'White Ladies'£6.00

Pure white flowers with a yellow splash on the falls in mid-summer. Japanese Iris are superb for poorly drained soil and also for the shallow margins of a pond. The sword-shaped leaves add an architectural interest even when not in flower and also provide a perching place for emerging water born insects such as dragonflies. Height 90cm

 
Knautia macedonica Melton Pastels

Knautia macedonica Melton Pastels£5.00

Macedonian scabious

Mauve, pink or sometimes red pin-cushion, scabious-like flowers from June-Sept. For well drained, preferably neutral- alkaline soil in full sun/ part shade. Attracts bees and butterflies. Drought tolerant.

 
Kniphofia  'John Benary'

Kniphofia 'John Benary'£5.00

Red Hot Poker

Tall variety with vibrant, orange-red flowers in late summer. Perfect for adding height and structure to a mixed border. Kniphofias like sun and fertile, well drained soil. Can grow to 5-6ft tall but may be shorter in some soils

 
Kniphofia  'Nancy's Red'

Kniphofia 'Nancy's Red'£6.00

Red Hot Poker

A compact perennial with pokers of red flowers from June to October. For well drained, neutral to acidic soil in full sun.

 
Kniphofia 'Jenny Bloom'

Kniphofia 'Jenny Bloom'£6.00

Red Hot Poker

Compact cultivar with pink flowers fading down the flower spike to cream from July -September. For fertile, well drained soil in sun/ part shade. Good for coastal gardens and attracts bees.

 
Kniphofia rooperi

Kniphofia rooperi£6.00

Red Hot Poker

A vigourous perennial with long arching deeply-keeled leaves, and large oval heads of tubular yellow flowers opening from orange buds, late summer.

 
Lamprocapnos spectabilis 'Alba'

Lamprocapnos spectabilis 'Alba'£6.50

Bleeding Heart

Formerly Dicentra. A popular perennial for a shady spot with arching stems along which hang pendant, heart-shaped white flowers from April to May.

 
Ledebouria cooperi

Ledebouria cooperi£5.00

Striped Squill

A pretty little deciduous bulbous plant from grasslands in eastern South Africa, sporting sprays of tiny pale pinky mauve flowers in spring amongst neatly striped olive green leaves.

 
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