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.
A stunning winter-green type with large mid green leaves with a heavy pewter marbling over most of the leaf, just a narrow band of plain green round the edges. Typical pale flowers in late winter. 40cm. Average soil in part shade.
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.
An amazing brilliant orange (or yellow) flowered plant from North America where it is known as Butterfly Milkweed - a clue to it's insect friendliness! Clumps of upright stems to 50cm. Good soil in sun.
Deciduous clumps of glaucous grassy leaves send up strong stems with dense spikes of snowy white, starry flowers with pinkish veins from brown buds. Late spring into summer, drained soil in full sun. 1.5m.
A bit different to the normal B. grandis evansiana types, with a lower growing habit, olive green leaves flushed red and covered with bright silver spots. Light to mid pink flowers from midsummer. Well drained but not dry soil in shade. 30cm.
A lovely form with deep purple flushed new foliage turning mid green and purplish stems topped with clusters of glistening white flowers in spring. 40cm. Best in decent soil in shade, drained but not dry.