perennial plants - A Selection
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This sparkling new variety forms a low mound covered with flowers. It is selected for its distinctive, refined foliage and large dark pink flowers. 'Jade Tuffet' has a compact habit of 35cm tall. In spring, its green and glossy foliage contrast beautifully with its cherry-red stems. An excellent choice for landscaping, perennial border, rock gardens, or in containers. Flowers July-October. Supplied in a 2 litre pot.
A lovely;variety of hardy salvia, which will look great in a border or patio container all summer.;It combines striking flowers with attractive, and frequently aromatic, foliage.;;x jamensis Hot Lips - Small green leaves, and unique two-tone flowers of red and white. On occasions the flowers may be solid red.Flowers June-October. Spread 40-50cm (16-20Height 40-50cm (16-20).
The Dianthus caryophyllus Grenadin Mixed is an industrious perennial forming a neat mound of evergreen foliage. From early summer through to autumn plenty of scented, fully double, flowers emerge. A border Pink Carnation with strong stems, make Grenadin Mixed a glorious cut flower with fragrant displays. Perfect for borders, pots and containers for a radiant display. Height: 50cm (20”) Spread: 40cm (16”).
Rare hybridSuperb cut flowerA rare cross between an herbaceous peony and a tree peony has created this stunning intersectional hybrid. The result is a statuesque Itoh Peony with an upright bushy habit, and long lasting golden, cup shaped blooms reminiscent of its tree peony parentage. Peony 'Everlasting Treasure' makes a captivating addition to herbaceous borders and a superb cut flower. Height: 75cm (30). Spread: 150cm (59). Supplied as 2/3 eye bareroot.Culinary information: The petals can be
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.
The vivid pink flowers of this great re-blooming variety will brighten up the garden or patio for many months from spring through to autumn.During this time it gets smothered in flowers while more are constantly being reproduced ready to keep the show going.As an added extra, it's scented too!
Also known as the Daylily, this stunning collection of Hemerocallis is perfect for mixing up in garden borders, or, because they'll stay neat and compact, make the perfect specimen to fill up pots and containers on the patio. Ever so easy to grow, even for the complete novice, Daylilly flowers will grace you with deliciously fragrant blooms from morning through 'til nighttime. With flowers that only last a day (the clue is in the name!), don't be alarmed - they'll continue to flower profusely
Sweet William are always a cottage garden favourite, easy to grow and look after and yet incredibly rewarding too. Dianthus barbatus ?Purple Crown? bears large clusters of very fragrant deep purple and white bicolour flowers that are greatly appreciated by pollinating insects.
A real favourite with gardeners who like their bedding schemes. Bright scarlet flower spikes on dark leaved, compact plants. Long flowering period. Looks really good grown with blue ageratum. RHS Perfect For Pollinators. Flowers July-September. Height 25cm (10). HHA - Half hardy annual.
Bulletproof plants that are an absolute pleasure to grow, filling borders with fizzy colour and presence! You won't find a plant that's more carefree and undemanding. 'Sensation' is from new German breeding and motors through 5 months of the year with a frenzy of flowers. Drought tolerant and a fun hedging plant which will attract pollinators to the garden too. Flowers June-October. Height 40-50cm (16-20); spread 40-50cm (16-20).
A dramatic presence in the border, Daylily 'Crimson Pirate' produces star-shaped blooms which are a lovely, velvety crimson-red with a yellow centre. Each bloom only lasts a day but this floriferous variety will always be in bloom, from June right through to September. A vigorous growth habit and attractive strap-shaped leaves make Hemerocallis 'Crimson Pirate' a winner in herbaceous borders, cottage gardens or exotic themed gardens. The fleshy petals are also edible and great for adding
A late-flowering stunner!
There are few plants that can compete with the beauty of a tree peony in full bloom. A mature plant can boast in excess of a hundred exotic blooms, each measuring up to 25cm (10) or more in diameter! These exceptional shrubs are hardy and disease resistant, and will continue to bloom for a lifetime.
Help your peonies stand tall with room to grow