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Oh dear, another addictive family of hardy herbaceous perennials! Lots of unusual species to choose from and some new breeding between them. Mostly tight clump formers with airy upright flowers in summer.

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Thalictrum 'Ankum'£5.50

A tall T. delavayi hybrid with lilac flowers on dark stems to 1.8m. Clouds of finely divided foliage in pale green. Good soil in sun or part shade.

Thalictrum 'Elin'

Thalictrum 'Elin'£4.50

A chunky hybrid between T flavum ssp. glaucum and T. rochebrunneanum. Glaucous foliage, purple stems and large heads of pink-purple flowers to 2m! Good soil in sun.

Thalictrum baicalense

Thalictrum baicalense£3.50

New to us, chocolate brown flushed foliage and loose heads of clear white flowers on wiry stems to about 50cm. Very pretty and quite interesting. Ordinary soil in sun.


Thalictrum dasycarpum£5.00

Stunning species with divided pink-purple new foliage that turns blue-grey as it emerges. Heads of cream flowers to 90cm in summer. Good soil in sun.

Thalictrum delavayi var. decorum£4.00

A superior form of this species with masses of lavender purple flowers, larger than normal on wiry stems to 1.8m. Ferny grey foliage. Good soil in sun or light shade for best growth.

Thalictrum filamentosum

Thalictrum filamentosum£5.50

An outstanding species, dioecious and variable but always really pretty! Purplish stems and well-divided leaflets to about 30cm and taller stems topped with heads of fluffy white/pink flowers from mid-summer. Clump forming and quite slow. Good soil in sun or part shade. 50cm.


Thalictrum petaloideum

Thalictrum petaloideum£4.50

Neat clumps of finely divided foliage and showy heads of bright cream flowers in spring to 30cm. Average, drained soil in sun.


Thalictrum sachalinense RBS0279£4.00

Rarely seen this far east Russian species makes clumps of attractive fine-cut grey-green foliage and heads of creamy yellow flowers to about 75cm. Average soil in sun or light shade.

Thalictrum sphaerostachyum£4.50

Clumps of blue-grey foliage and strong stems topped with clouds of pale yellow flowers in summer. Far better than T flavum ssp. glaucum. Good soil in sun, 1.6m.

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