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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.
Large, clump-forming hybrid with soft, hairy green leaves which turn red in autumn.
Compact perennial forming a neat mound of clear pink flowers over small, deeply cut, leaves from May to June. A good filler for the front of the border.
A compact, clump-forming variety with delicate, pale pink flowers with dark pink veining over small, deeply cut, leaves from June September.
Perennial with long stems bearing semi-double, Rose-like, orange-yellow flowers with a red tinge from early-mid summer.
An eye-catching cultivar with upward facing semi-double red flowers held on dark purple stems. Flowers over a long period, especially if dead-headed.
A cultivar of this hardy species with large beautiful flowers from June to August. Fully hardy in well-drained soil in sun, or in pots of gritty loamy compost.
A perennial of giant proportions. The leaves can reach nearly 2 metres across. Has huge red flower spikes to 1m long on mature plants in early summer.
A shorter cultivar suitable for the middle of a border and of such a height that you can look down on the fully double yellow flowers.
Perennial with large, rich yellow-orange Lily flowers from June to July.
Perennial with narrow leaves, and large lavender-pink, Lily-like flowers June to July.
Hardy Plants for Chalky/Alkaline Soil
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