perennial plants - A Selection
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The upright flower spikes of Salvia nemorosa 'Salvatore Deep Blue' bring a lovely vertical accent to the front of borders. Tiny, indigo blue flowers crowd the dark stems, as they rise above a low clump of foliage.
Add an exciting display to summer beds and borders with these pillar-box red flowers and enjoy the fragrance as you drift past. A reliable hardy perennial that will put on a strong performance each year. Height: 50cm Spread: 30cm
Salvia Blaze of Fire Salvia Blaze of Fire flowers from June until October, it produces eye-catching roaring red scarlet flowers in fabulous plumes that contrast well against its gorgeous green leaflets. Enjoying full sun to develop, this Scarlet Sage is virtually maintenance free and is ideal for first time gardeners. Salvia splendens Fireball is perfect for adding to patios, decking areas and courtyards – try growing in a pot or a container to add some ornamental value and dimension to
Recently introduced to the very popular Salvia Lips series, this purple and white bicolour bloom has all the same attributes . The aromatic foliage has a slight blackcurrant scent all adding to its glamour. This gorgeous plant is ideal for any cottage garden border or containers for a dynamic summer display and though hardy perennial it will appreciate some protection in winter. Height: 90cm (35). Spread: 60cm (24).
Large indigo-blue flowers
One of the best dwarf Asters!
This showy herbaceous Peony certainly won?t hide in the shadows! The large, fragrant blooms of Peony 'Karl Rosenfield' make a magnificent sight in summer. Layer upon layer of raspberry red petals form large flower heads, each spreading up to 15cm (6?) wide.
A succession of delightful lemon-yellow trumpets adorn Daylily 'Atlas' from June through to September, each bloom lasting only a day. A real staple of the garden border, Daylilies are hardy and reliable herbaceous perennials, forming attractive clumps of strap-shaped leaves. A fabulous plant for cottage gardens or alternatively to compliment exotic gardens, Hemerocallis 'Atlas' can also be grown in a large patio container. The fleshy petals are edible, allowing you to add a myriad of colours to
A popular and value for money double-flowered mixture.
A mix of simple, fragrant blooms on dwarf, compact plants, Dianthus Sweetness are delightful cottage garden style flowers. The pale pinks and whites will look charming in beds, borders, pots and tubs.
A spectacular first year flowering perennial Dianthus that is quick to flower. Dwarf plants of deep green foliage, are smothered with dainty white serrated flowers complimented by an attractive fiery red eye. These delightful 'Pinksare long flowering, and look stunning as ground cover in borders or added to rockeries. Height: 15-20cm (6-8in).
When late summer colour is in short supply, give your garden a lift that will last right through to the first frosts! These cheery little Asters will brighten up patios, beds and borders with an inexhaustible supply of fully double flowers.
A bright mix of these large-flowered Dianthus that provide fabulous summer colour. Dianthus chinensis 'Coronet Mixed' is one of the best bedding Dianthus you?ll find with multiple blooms per plants and wide, open flowers that smother the dark foliage.
Following the popularity of Salvia ?Hot Lips?, comes the introduction of 2 new colours to the trendy ?Lips? series. A profusion of bicolour blooms make a showy display from summer through to autumn.
Sedum Plant - Sunsparkler Wildfire This popular sedum variety is American bred and a real showstopper! Boasting ruby-red leaves, each is edged with brilliant pink margins, adding colour and interest to any garden or patio it grows in. The succulent foliage covers its spreading stems, to form a dense, low cushion of vibrant colour. Throughout summer, intense pink flowers develop and are a magnet for bees and other pollinators. Sunsparkler Wildlife is a fast-growing variety with a
From American breeding, Sedum 'Sunsparkler Dream Dazzler' is a garden sensation! The succulent foliage is purple-grey with a shocking pink edge that sings out from the front of sunny borders. In shaded spots the foliage is greener with a blush pink margin.