Here are all the other perennials, from the commonplace to the ridiculously rare. Have a good browse or use the Plant Selector to help.
Since we grow such a large, eclectic selection you may find the refine function in the left hand column useful to narrow down your search, or if you know the name of the plant you are looking for the Search box at the top right may help you find it. If you need help choosing your plants then our Collections might be of interest or ask us for help by email or phone.
From the Alpine Garden Society expedition to China in 1994 this herbaceous species produces upright stems to c. 1.4m topped with spikes of light green buds that open to ivory tinted pink flowers in summer.
A wonderful groundcover for difficult shady areas in the garden this bright white variegated ground elder is less invasive than it's green relative! Typical heads of white flowers in summer. Spreading. 40cm.
A delightful low growing species producing glowing purple flowers in pendent clusters in spring and early summer. Makes neat clumps of grassy leaves, the flowers slightly taller to 20cm. Drained soil in full sun.
A good, robust and hardy Alstroemeria with crisp white variegated foliage and deep red flowers with a white throat and green and black markings! Drained, deep, fertile soil in full sun for the best growth. 90cm.
Clouds of very pretty light pink flowers on strong upright stems to 2.4m in all summer. Fingered leaves and unlike most of it's hollyhock relatives, no rust. Easy and perennial, for ordinary soil in sun.
Seedlings from the excellent Amsonia 'Ernst Pagels'. It has proved very fertile and produces strong seedlings. Hopefully tall, willowy plants topped with large light blue flowers and good autumn colour.
Prickly Poppy from the USA, grey foliage and strong stems with spiky buds that open to reveal large white flowers with reddish middles. Architectural prickly seedheads follow. Hardy and perennial given very well drained soil in full sun. 45cm.
Strange brown and white striped hooded flowers with a very long "tail" for the beetles that polinate them in the wild to climb up! Tropical looking fresh green leaves and orange berries later in the summer. Hardy in pots and the ground in the recent cold winters.
Low growing evergreen groundcover with heart shaped leaves. The stems are clothed with whiteish hairs and the leaf tops shorter almost gingery hairs. Small reddish-cream flowers in spring. 15cm, Good soil in shade.