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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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Saxifraga x geum

Saxifraga x geum£3.50

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 hohenackeri BSBE 811

Scilla hohenackeri BSBE 811£4.50

We're totally confused by the identity of this beautiful squill from Kurdistan. These plants produce long leaves in early winter and spires of rich sky blue flowers in spring. This species should grow it's leaves in the spring! Good 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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Scopolia carniolica 'Zwanenburg'

Scopolia carniolica 'Zwanenburg'£4.50

A more vigorous selection with purple flushed foliage and rich purple-brown flowers in spring. Makes a decent clump fairly quickly but will never be too much. Good soil in shade.


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Scutellaria zhongdianensis

Scutellaria zhongdianensis£3.50

Clumps of upright stems dlad with shiny, fresh green leaves and producing spires of deep blue and white flowers in summer to 45cm. Drained soil in full sun.


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Sempervivum 'Bernstein'

Sempervivum 'Bernstein'£2.50

Large rosettes of a warm brown, yellowish in spring, rusty red in summer and autumn. Well drained gritty soil in full sun.


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Sempervivum 'Blue Boy'

Sempervivum 'Blue Boy'£2.50

Rich blue-grey rosettes turn more purple in winter. Well drained soil in full sun.


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Sempervivum 'Corsair'

Sempervivum 'Corsair'£2.50

One of the best for us, good size rosettes of bristly leaves which flush a deep purple-red from green new growth. Pink flowers. Well drained soil in full sun.


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Sempervivum 'Ford's Spring'

Sempervivum 'Ford's Spring'£2.50

Glossy leaves with hairy margins in spiky rosettes. The new growth bright green ageing to rich ruby red, the strongest colour in dry, hot conditions. Well drained soil in full sun. 15cm.


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Sempervivum 'Kramer's Spinrad'

Sempervivum 'Kramer's Spinrad'£2.50

One of the most popular Houseleeks we grow with pale, greyish green rosettes strongly flushed ruby red and topped with cobwebs! Stocky stems topped with pink flowers in summer. Well drained soil in full sun. 15cm.


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Sempervivum 'Lilac Time'

Sempervivum 'Lilac Time'£2.50

Grey rosettes look almost blue-lilac at times. Well drained soil in full sun.


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Sempervivum 'Lively Bug'

Sempervivum 'Lively Bug'£2.50

Lovely hairy rosettes of variable red and green leaves tending to be more red in winter. Well drained soil in full sun.


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Sempervivum 'Rosie'

Sempervivum 'Rosie'£2.50

A hairy variety with the rosettes flushed reddish in winter. Well drained soil in full sun.


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Sempervivum arachnoideum ssp. tomentosum 'Stansfieldii'

Sempervivum arachnoideum ssp. tomentosum 'Stansfieldii'£2.50

Cobwebbed rosettes with a strong purple-red flush. An interesting plant for very well drained soil in full sun. Spikes of pinkish flowers to 15cm.


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Sempervivum cilliosum var. borisii

Sempervivum cilliosum var. borisii£2.50

Very hairy, but not cobwebbed, rosettes of greyish green leaves. Pale yellow flowers to 15cm. Well drained, full sun.


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Sempervivum octopodes var. apetalum

Sempervivum octopodes var. apetalum£2.50

Clean apple green rosettes of leaves swirled around with reddish tips. Make slots of little babies and few very large rosettes. Pale yellow flowers to 15cm.


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Sempervivum ruthenicum

Sempervivum ruthenicum£2.50

Rosettes of downy grey send up spikes topped with soft yellow flowers in summer. Quite different to most hybrid types. Full sun and very good drainage. 15cm.


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Seseli hippomarathrum

Seseli hippomarathrum£4.00

Neat clumps of pinnate feathery leaves send up wiry stems topped with heads of creamy white flowers that age to deep pink. Well drained soil in sun. 50cm.


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Seseli libanotis W&B-BG-B-10

Seseli libanotis W&B-BG-B-10£4.00

A superior perennial selection of this European native which makes clumps of small pinnate green leaves and wiry stems topped with multi-headed snow white umbels in summer to 45cm. Ordinary soil in sun.


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Silene dioica 'Ray's Golden'

Silene dioica 'Ray's Golden'£4.50

A stunning form of the British native campion this has golden yellow foliage and bright pink flowers in spring and early summer. Ordinary soil in sun or light shade. 75cm.


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Silene fimbriata

Silene fimbriata£4.00

Clumps of strong stems topped with masses of white Campions with frilly edges in spring. Good seed heads. Part shade, average soil. 80cm.


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Silene multiflora

Silene multiflora£4.00

Rosettes of broadly lanceolate grey leaves send up stocky stems topped with spikes of creamy white flowers with long pale green calyces and flared ends. Distinct pink filaments. Drained soil in sun, 50cm.


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Solidago x luteus 'Lemore'

Solidago x luteus 'Lemore'£4.50

Quite unlike the common Goldenrods, this low growing, bushy plant is topped with sprays of fluffy lemon yellow flowers in summer and autumn. Ordinary soil in sun. 60cm.


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Speirantha gardenii

Speirantha gardenii£4.00

An unusual relative of Lily of the Valley, this has evergreen, broad, strappy leaves and sends up plenty of spikes of scented starry white flowers in spring. Forms a patch. Good leafy soil in shade. 25cm.


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