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Perennials

Welcome to the Herbaceous Perennials section.  We offer a diverse range of plants from very low growing alpine types to quite big bushy ones.  Those families we grow lots of have their own sections and the rest can be found in the catch-all sections for All Perennials or All Other Perennials.

As a rule, none of the plants we offer will require staking or deadheading or any other fussing, though some may do better with a little extra care of course.

All Perennials

All Perennials

All of the perennials we offer in one A-Z list.

Perennials Collections

Perennials Collections

If you'd like help choosing from our range try our collections.

Achillea

Achillea

Useful plants for summer colour on free drained soil in sun.

Anemone

Anemone

Mostly woodlanders with pretty spring flowers before the trees leaf up.

Aster

Aster

Not just the typical Michaelmas Daisy, we offer others with more interest.

Campanula

Campanula

Familiar cottage garden perennials suitable for a variety of sites.

Corydalis

Corydalis

Well behaved types mostly for shade and a good soil though they are flexible!

Epimedium

Epimedium

Wonderful woodlanders with spring flowers and good foliage.

Geum

Geum

Very spring-like these mostly low growing plants can flower almost any time.

Liriope

Liriope

Useful evergreen grass-like plants with autumn flowers.

Ophiopogon

Ophiopogon

Includes the ever popular "black grass" and other useful groundcover types for shade.

Persicaria

Persicaria

Excellent summer and autumn flowering plants as well as some foliage types.

Polygonatum

Polygonatum

Solomon's Seal relatives with lots of variety for shady places, even quite dry.

Salvia

Salvia

A mix of hardy herbaceous and borderline hardy sub-shrubby ones.

Sanguisorba

Sanguisorba

Still relatively obscure these hardy, clump forming perennials deserve wider use.

Sedum

Sedum

A variety of Sedum and close relatives for well drained soil in sun.

Thalictrum

Thalictrum

Oh dear, another addictive family of hardy herbaceous perennials! Lots of unusual species.

Vinca

Vinca

No, they're not all rampant! We offer some really good groundcovers for dry shade.

All Other Perennials

All Other Perennials

Lots more here that don't fit into the other boxes above!