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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.
Heads of dainty, skyward facing, small pale pink flowers are held on stiff stems in mid-summer. For moist, fertile soil in sun to part shade.
A new compact cultivar, a clump forming plant for cool humus rich soil in sun to part shade. Spikes of small white flowers rise above the lush foliage over a long period from May to September.
This moisture-loving perennial forms spreading clumps of upright spikes of red-purple flowers from mid to late summer. Prefers moist to boggy soil in full sun,
Vigorous clump forming perennial with mint scented foliage which can be used to make a herbal tea. Dramatic whorls of purple-pink flowers over purple bracts in late summer. The flowers are adored by Bees.
An upright catmint of medium habit. Similar to but less vigorous than Six Hills Giant. Ideal for edging a border where the aromatic foliage can be enjoyed. Perfect for a Mediterranean style garden with or as an alternative to Lavender. Grows to about 60cm
An excellent filler for a border or large pot with billowing aromatic foliage and upright spikes of pink flowers with purple calyxes from June-August. Nepetas are fantastic for attracting pollinators. Drought tolerant
Compact, spreading perennial with pale lavender-blue flowers from June-August. Ideal for a rockery, front of the border or a pot. For well drained soil in full sun. Trim over lightly and remove any dead growth in spring. Drought tolerant.
Compact, spreading perennial with small white flowers from June-August. Ideal for a rockery, front of the border or a pot. For well drained soil in full sun. Trim over lightly and remove any dead growth in spring. Drought tolerant.
An upright plant bearing eye-catching masses of large bright yellow flowers opening from red buds on reddish stems in summer.
Long flowering Evening Primrose with large lemon-yellow flowers from July to September. Low spreading habit makes it ideal for ground cover in a sunny spot.
Hardy Plants for Chalky/Alkaline Soil
Hardy Plants for Dry/Sandy Soil
Hardy Plants for Heavy/Clay Soil
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