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All Other Perennials

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.

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Papaver rupifragum 'Flore Pleno'

Papaver rupifragum 'Flore Pleno'£3.50

Clumps of greyish green leaves produce masses of more or less double tangerine orange flowers on wiry stems to 60cm. Ordinary soil in sun or light shade.

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Penstemon 'Blackbird'

Penstemon 'Blackbird'£4.50

Rich purple flowers with a white throat marking on this robust selection to 45cm. Hardy in a well drained soil in full sun. Cut back the old growth in early spring to new shoots.

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Penstemon 'Pensham Czar'

Penstemon 'Pensham Czar'£4.50

A good doer with lush green foliage and good spikes of large purple flowers with a prominent white throat. Drained soil in full sun. Best to cut out stems as they go over but don't cut back hard till spring. 60cm.

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Penstemon 'Pensham Laura'

Penstemon 'Pensham Laura'£4.50

Bright reddish-pink flowers with a clear white throat on this tough variety. Hardy in a drained soil in full sun. Cut stems out as they go over but don't cut back hard until spring. 60cm.

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Penstemon 'Pensham Plum Jerkum'

Penstemon 'Pensham Plum Jerkum'£4.50

A bit of a daft name but this has a lovely velvety purple flowers with the white throat reduced to fine lines and spots. A finer plant than some. 50cm. Drained soil in full sun.

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Penstemon 'Stapleford Gem'

Penstemon 'Stapleford Gem'£4.50

AGM An excellent hardy form with spires of medium sized flowers in a blend of blue, purple and white. Deadhead stems as they finish and cut back hard in spring. 60cm. Drained soil in full sun.

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Petrorhagia saxifraga

Petrorhagia saxifraga£4.00

A mat forming perennial of almost leafless stems producing masses of palest pink, near white, starry flowers from spring til autumn. Drained soil in sun or part shade. 30cm.

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Peucedanum rablense

Peucedanum rablense£4.50

New to us, perennial umbellifer with very fine cut green leaves. Should produce airy white heads to 40-80cm. Drained, but not dry, soil in full sun.

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Phlox paniculata 'Uspekh'

Phlox paniculata 'Uspekh'£4.50

AGM An excellent older Russian selection with good, healthy, deep green foliage with a purple flush. Good heads of strongly scented purple flowers with a white star in late summer. Mildew resistant. Good soil in full sun, 1m.

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Phlox x arendsii 'Luc's Lilac'

Phlox x arendsii 'Luc's Lilac'£5.00

Stunning lilac pink flowers in large panicles on strong, upright stems to 1.5m or even more! Self-supporting. Smaller flowers than typical border phlox but the better for it! Good soil in sun.

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Pilosella aurantiaca

Pilosella aurantiaca£4.00

Fox and Cubs. Spreading patches of hairy leaves and masses of orange flowers from red buds in summer to 40cm. Drained soil in sun. Very popular with many insects.

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Polemonium 'Sonia's Bluebell'

Polemonium 'Sonia's Bluebell'£4.00

A very pretty Jacob's Ladder with branched stems of scented, sky blue flowers in late spring and summer to 45cm. Sterile so no seeding to worry about. Ordinary soil in sun.

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Polemonium x jacobaea

Polemonium x jacobaea£5.00

A low growing hybrid Jacobs Ladder with rich green foliage and masses of bright blue flowers in late spring. Sterile so no seeding. Good soil in light shade. 20cm.

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Potentilla nepalensis 'Miss Willmott'

Potentilla nepalensis 'Miss Willmott'£3.50

A traditional cottage garden type with clumps of lobed leaves and masses of rich pink flowers with reddish centres in summer. 30cm. Sun or light shade, ordinary soil.

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Potentilla recta var. sulphurea

Potentilla recta var. sulphurea£3.50

A pretty, self-seeding cottage garden perennial with delicate looking deeply divided leaves and heads of palest yellow flowers all summer. 40cm. Average soil in sun.

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Prosartes lanuginosa

Prosartes lanuginosa£5.00

(syn. Disporum lanuginosum) Soft green clumps with greenish white, open, starry flowers in spring to 30cm. Good, leafy soil in shade.

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Ranunculus lanuginosus

Ranunculus lanuginosus£4.50

Hairy leaves divided into three come complete with creosote-like brown splodges in the axils, fading as the leaves age. Branched stems of rich golden yellow flowers. Tame! 30cm.

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Rhodiola pachyclados

Rhodiola pachyclados£4.50

Low mats of blue-grey rosettes make a lovely feature for a rockery or front of border. White flowers when it can be bothered. 10cm. Full sun and well drained soil.

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Rudbeckia laciniata 'Hortensia'

Rudbeckia laciniata 'Hortensia'£5.00

A splendid double flowered form of the reliable cottage garden favourite. Deeply cut dark green foliage and yellow flowers on upright stems to 1.8m. Good soil in sun.

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Rudbeckia subtomentosa 'Henry Eilers'

Rudbeckia subtomentosa 'Henry Eilers'£4.50

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Sambucus ebulus

Sambucus ebulus£7.50

A rarely seen European herbaceous elderberry. Upright stems clad with fresh green pinnate leaves and topped with heads of creamy white flowers followed by black berries.

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Saponaria officinalis 'Betty Arnold'

Saponaria officinalis 'Betty Arnold'£5.00

Fully double white flowers, whiter than 'Alba Plena' and they die nicely! Can be a bit of a thug but looks lovely in late summer and autumn, ideal for a cottage garden style. 60cm.

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Saxifraga x geum

Saxifraga x geum£4.00

An interesting little hybrid Saxifrage naturally occurring in the Pyrenees. Evergreen, dentate, deep green, leaves and sprays of pretty white flowers on reddish stems to 20cm. Moist soil in shade.

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Scilla peruviana

Scilla peruviana£5.00

No, it's not from Peru! Mediterranean actually. Broad leafy clumps and large, rounded heads of intense blue starry flowers in spring. Drained soil in full sun for the best flowers. 30cm. Nearly evergreen.

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Scopolia carniolica

Scopolia carniolica£5.00

Clumps of potato-like foliage and light brown bells in late winter and spring to 40cm. An unusual woodland plant from south-eastern Europe. Good soil in shade, will go dormant in later summer.

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