Persicaria amplexicaulis ‘Alba’£6.00White-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.
Spreading perennial with small pointed, dark green leaves with a red margin and a brown chevron. Spreads indefinitely!
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 paniculata 'Bright Eyes'£6.00Border Phlox
Scented pale pink flowers with a red eye from June to September. For fertile, moist, well drained soil in sun or part shade. A good cut flower and attracts bees and butterflies.
Phlox divaricata 'Clouds of Perfume'£5.00
Clouds of fragrant blue flowers appear above airy foliage from June-July. Plant where it will be out of the hot midday sun. Ideal for a woodland garden in dappled shade. Low, spreading habit
Phlox maculata 'Natascha'£5.00
An upright plant with dense heads of scented pink and white flowers on strong stems from July to September. For good soil in sun. Not as prone to mildew than the paniculata cultivars, makes an excellent border plant.
Phlox subulata 'McDaniel's Cushion'£5.00Moss 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
Potentilla 'Monsieur Rouillard'£5.00Cinquefoil
Herbaceous cultivar with sumptuous, fully double, deep red flowers with yellow markings from June-August. For poor/ fertile, well drained soil in full sun.
Potentilla 'Esta Ann'£5.00Cinquefoil
Single, bright-yellow flowers with a red centre in late summer. Ideal for softening the edge or filling gaps in the front of the border. Low growing/ trailing
Primula denticulata 'Lilac'£6.00Drumstick Primula
An early flowering species, easy to grow in damp to boggy soil. Will take some sun if soil is moist. Pale lavender balls of small flowers appear on upright stems from April to June. May seed around, so ideal for a wild area.
Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Alba'£5.00White 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£5.00Pasque flower
Mixed hybrids with bell shaped flowers in red and blue shades from March to June followed by silky seed heads.
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.
A moisture loving perennial. Very architectural with its large palmate leaves. Great in a bog garden alongside Astilbe, Ligularia, Gunnera etc. Panicles of small white/pink flowers in summer on strong stems above the foliage. Sun/ part shade, moist soil
Rodgersia podophylla£6.00Rodgers' 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.
A lovely perennial with mounds of attractive grey-green leaves and nodding bottle-brush heads of fluffy white flowers mid- late summer.
Clump-forming perennial with attractive toothed leaves and narrow spikes of creamy-white bottle brushes on stiff upright stems through summer.