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.
This fine plant arose on the nursery a few years ago, it appears to be a hybrid involving V. chiaxii. Delightful apricot-yellow flowers with a hint of pink, best seen to understand. 60cm. Hardy and perennial in ordinary soil in sun.
A brilliant dark purple leaved form of the hardy British native Vervain. Low scrambling clumps ideal for spilling through other plants and over the edges of containers or raised beds. Sun, drained soil. 50cm.
A new seed strain that should produce fluffy heads of white flowers on vigorous plants more reliably than other forms - looking good so far! Good soil in sun, potentially up to 2m or even more. Autumn.
Very different to other the common Veronicastrum virginicum, this species is semi-evergreen and trails! The foliage is bronzed and the stems produce branched spikes of lavender blue flowers in summer. 15cm tall, 1m spread.