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A recent introduction from China, this species has almost prickly evergreen foliage and very large, long spurred, light yellow flowers in late spring. Good soil in shade. New foliage is stunning with reddish patches on coppery green leaves.
Difficult to describe as the flower colour varies considerably from sun to shade! In shade it is a dull brown-purple, in sun rich reddish fading to yellow spur tips. Big flowers to 4.5cm across on stems to 45cm. Good soil in shade.
Amazing rosettes of bright fresh green spiny toothed leaves look a little like a bromeliad until they produce typical white-green sea holly flowers on strong upright stems to 90cm. Drained, good soil in sun.
Nearly double flowers of a clean chrome yellow on this shrubby perennial wallflower. Shortlived so take cuttings every year or two to keep it going. Drained soil in full sun. 45cm. [maybe = 'Harpur Crewe"]
An unusual Aster with its shiny green leaves, black stems and masses of small white flowers with yellow centres that rapidly turn pink - and it likes shade! Low clumps to 60cm, flowers midsummer. Any reasonable soil in shade or part shade.
Warm orange, slightly ragged semi-double flowers in early summer on this slightly taller variety, cut back for a second flush. Not very vigorous but doesn't disappear! Good soil in sun or light shade, 40cm.