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All Perennials

All of the perennials we offer in one A-Z list. Please feel free to use the Refine options on the left or the Search box at the top right to help you find specific plants. The Plant Selector may also be of help.
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Leibnitzia anandria

Leibnitzia anandria£3.50

An unusual rosette forming plant with trowel shaped deep green leaves with pale downy undersides. Palest pink daisies in spring followed by silky, fluffy seedheads to 30cm. Drained soil in sun.


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Linaria bright pink seedling

Linaria bright pink seedling£3.50

A fairly perennial bright and rich pink seedling from Linaria 'Peachy' that turned up here. Not going to name it as there are too many already! Grey foliage, sun and well drained soil. 1.2m.


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Linaria dalmatica

Linaria dalmatica£3.50

Graceful, willowy stems of narrow grey leaves topped with spikes of pretty, budgie-like, pale yellow flowers to 40cm in summer. Drained soil in sun. May self-seed gently.


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Linaria vulgaris f. peloria

Linaria vulgaris f. peloria£4.00

An intriguing and beautiful abberant form of a British native. Willowy stems of grey foliage and lemon yellow flowers in summer. Instead of the normal toadflax flower this has a rounded tube with 5 spurs. Drained soil in sun, 30cm, spreading.


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Liriope koreana

Liriope koreana£3.50

A rare species with pale green strappy leaves and slender spikes, in late summer, of pinkish mauve flowers to 25cm. Decent soil in shade.


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Liriope muscari 'Isabella'

Liriope muscari 'Isabella'£4.00

A new Australian selection with pink flowers. Clumps of strappy green foliage for shade or part shade. 25cm.


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Liriope muscari 'Lilac Wonder'

Liriope muscari 'Lilac Wonder'£4.00

A new variety with masses of large lilac-purple spikes in autumn over clumps of rich green strappy leaves. Average to good soil in part shade or shade. Evergreen. 25cm.


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Lunaria rediviva

Lunaria rediviva£5.00

The perennial form of Honesty. Slow growing this makes a woody clump sending up familiar stems bearing mauve flowers in summer followed by papery seed cases. Shade. 1m.


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Lychnis chalcedonica 'Carnea'

Lychnis chalcedonica 'Carnea'£4.50

A rarely seen form of Maltese Cross with dusky pink flowers - a bit more subtle than the normal screaming orange form! Clumps and upright stems to 75cm.


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Lychnis chalcedonica 'Salmonea'

Lychnis chalcedonica 'Salmonea'£4.50

Clumps of fresh green leaves send up strong, upright stems to 1.2m topped with large, domed heads of creamy salmon flowers - best seen! Hardy perennial for ordinary soil in sun or light shade.


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Lychnis chalcedonica var. albiflora

Lychnis chalcedonica var. albiflora£4.50

The rarely seen white flowered form of Maltese Cross with domed heads of flowers on upright stems to 1.2m. Clumps for a lightly shaded border.


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Lychnis viscaria

Lychnis viscaria£4.50

Spires of bright magenta pink flowers in spring and early summer on this seemingly overlooked herbaceous perennial. Very hardy and easy to grow in ordinary soil in sun or light shade it gives a good display and has attractive seedheads too. 60cm.


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Maianthemum bifolium ssp. kamtschaticum

Maianthemum bifolium ssp. kamtschaticum£4.00

Low carpets of broad, glossy, green foliage emerges in spring and shows off the short sprays of white starry flowers to 15cm. For ordinary soil in shade.


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Malva alcea var. fastigiata

Malva alcea var. fastigiata£3.50

An old favourite we are pleased to have again. Perennial with bright green leaves and upright stems topped with relatively big satin pink flowers in summer. 40cm.


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Malvastrum lateritium

Malvastrum lateritium£5.50

A trailing herbaceous mallow relative with amazing and beautiful peach coloured flowers with reddish centres all summer. Hardy in well drained soil in full sun. Can be evergreen in mild areas. 30cm tall, spread 1.5m or so.


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Molopospermum peloponnesiacum

Molopospermum peloponnesiacum£5.00

Clumps of big, finely divided leaves to 1m and strong stems of creamy umbels followed by yellow-brown seeds in autumn. Hardy and very perennial. 1.5m. Ordinary soil in sun.


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Monarda 'Raspberry Wine'

Monarda 'Raspberry Wine'£3.50

Bright reddish-purple flowers on strong stems to 1.2m in midsummer. Excellent winter seedheads too.


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Monarda 'Westacre Purple'

Monarda 'Westacre Purple'£3.50

A recent introduction with masses of heads of rich purple flowers in midsummer followed by excellent seedheads for autumn and winter effect. 1.2m.


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Nepeta grandiflora 'Dawn to Dusk'

Nepeta grandiflora 'Dawn to Dusk'£4.50

A different catmint with pale pink flowers from dusky calyces producing an attractive display over many weeks in summer. Drained soil in full sun is best. 80cm.


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Nepeta parnassica

Nepeta parnassica£4.50

A recent introduction from south eastern Europe. Hardy herbaceous clumps with strong stems of long spikes of blue flowers from purplish bracts all summer. 1.5m. Drained soil in sun.


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Nepeta yunnanensis

Nepeta yunnanensis£4.00

A wonderful, unusual species for the sunny border. A largish clump of stems to 1m topped with a good spike of purplish blue flowers from May till September. Drained soil in sun.


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Oenothera stricta

Oenothera stricta£3.50

Beautiful scented soft yellow flowers on this low growing evening primrose on-and-off all summer. The foliage is flushed reddish and the short lived perennial plants make several flower stems. 50cm, full sun, drained soil.


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Oenothera stricta 'Sulphurea'

Oenothera stricta 'Sulphurea'£3.50

A short-lived (or biennial) Evening Primrose with large, scented, creamy yellow flowers on willowy stems to 75cm. Orange-red tinted evergreen rosettes of foliage and reddish stems, buds etc. Hardy.


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Omphalodes verna

Omphalodes verna£3.50

A semi-evergreen perennial with shortly creeping stems and lots of pretty bright blue flowers with a white eye in spring. 20cm. Average to good soil in shade.


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Ophiopogon japonicus

Ophiopogon japonicus£4.00

Low growing clumps. slowly spreading, of grass-like green leaves to 15cm. Light mauve flowers followed by blue berries if you are lucky! Often used as groundcover in Japanese style gardens. Good soil in shade.


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