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Achillea 'Salmon Beauty' - Yarrow

Achillea 'Salmon Beauty'

Yarrow

Achillea millefolium 'Salmon Beauty', commonly known as Yarrow, is a delicate yet vibrant perennial that enhances any garden with its unique salmon-pink blooms. This hardy plant features finely divided, fern-like foliage and is highly valued by UK gardeners for its beauty and resilience. 'Salmon Beauty' is perfect for borders, cottage gardens, and wildflower meadows, where it adds both colour and texture throughout the growing season. The standout feature of Achillea millefolium 'Salmon Beauty' is its striking flower colour. The salmon-pink blooms appear from early summer and continue to provide a stunning display until autumn. These flowers are not only visually captivating but also attract a variety of pollinators, including bees and butterflies, promoting a healthy and vibrant garden ecosystem. The strong, upright stems make 'Salmon Beauty' an excellent choice for cut flower arrangements, bringing a touch of elegance indoors. Planting and caring for Achillea millefolium 'Salmon Beauty' is straightforward, making it a great choice for both novice and experienced gardeners. Plant 'Salmon Beauty' in well-drained soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can also tolerate light shade. Once established, this yarrow variety is drought-tolerant and requires minimal watering. Deadheading spent flowers will encourage further blooming, and in late autumn, cutting back the stems to ground level will prepare the plant for winter. With its resilience and low maintenance needs, 'Salmon Beauty' is a wonderful addition to any garden, offering vibrant colour and attracting pollinators throughout the growing season. Common Name: Yarrow Latin Name: Achillea millefolium 'Salmon Beauty' Soil: Well-drained soil Position: Full sun to light shade Flowering Period/Colour: Early summer to autumn; salmon-pink flowers Hardiness: Hardy perennial Eventual Height/Spread: 60-75 cm (24-30 inches) height; 45-60 cm (18-24 inches) spread Special Feature: Attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies; excellent for cut flowers and dried floral arrangements

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Achillea 'Terracotta' - Yarrow

Achillea 'Terracotta'

Yarrow

Achillea millefolium 'Terracotta' - A Warm and Inviting Perennial Achillea millefolium 'Terracotta', commonly known as Yarrow, is a warm and inviting perennial that brings rich, earthy tones to any garden. This variety is celebrated for its unique terracotta-orange blooms with yellow centers and finely divided, fern-like foliage. Highly valued by UK gardeners, 'Terracotta' is ideal for borders, cottage gardens, and wildflower meadows, where it adds both colour and texture throughout the growing season. The distinctive feature of Achillea millefolium 'Terracotta' is its stunning flower colour. The terracotta-orange blooms appear from early summer and last until autumn, creating a long-lasting display. These flowers not only beautify your garden but also attract a variety of pollinators, including bees and butterflies, promoting a healthy garden ecosystem. The strong, upright stems make 'Terracotta' an excellent choice for cut flower arrangements, bringing its warm hues indoors. Caring for Achillea millefolium 'Terracotta' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Terracotta' in well-drained soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, although it can tolerate light shade. Once established, this yarrow variety is drought-tolerant and requires minimal watering. Regular deadheading of spent flowers will promote further blooming, and in late autumn, cutting back the stems to ground level will prepare the plant for winter. With its resilience and low maintenance needs, 'Terracotta' is a superb addition to any garden, offering warm, inviting colours and attracting beneficial pollinators throughout the growing season. Common Name: Yarrow Latin Name: Achillea millefolium 'Terracotta' Soil: Well-drained soil Position: Full sun to light shade Flowering Period/Colour: Early summer to autumn; terracotta-orange flowers with yellow centers Hardiness: Hardy perennial Eventual Height/Spread: 60-75 cm (24-30 inches) height; 45-60 cm (18-24 inches) spread Special Feature: Attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies; excellent for cut flowers and dried floral arrangements

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Achillea millefolium 'Cerise Queen'

Achillea millefolium 'Cerise Queen'

Achillea millefolium 'Cerise Queen', commonly known as Yarrow, is a striking perennial that adds a vibrant touch to any garden. Known for its clusters of rich pink to cherry-red flowers and finely divided, fern-like foliage, this plant is a favourite among UK gardeners. 'Cerise Queen' is versatile and hardy, making it an excellent choice for borders, cottage gardens, and wildflower meadows, where it brings both colour and texture. One of the key characteristics of Achillea millefolium 'Cerise Queen' is its bold and vivid flower colour. The deep pink blooms appear from early summer and continue to delight until autumn, creating a long-lasting display. These flowers are not only visually appealing but also attract a variety of pollinators, including bees and butterflies, making your garden a haven for beneficial insects. With its upright growth habit and strong stems, 'Cerise Queen' is also perfect for cutting, allowing you to bring the beauty of your garden indoors. Planting and maintaining Achillea millefolium 'Cerise Queen' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Cerise Queen' in well-drained soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, although it can tolerate light shade. Once established, this yarrow variety is drought-tolerant and requires minimal watering. Deadheading spent flowers will encourage further blooming, and in late autumn, cutting back the stems to ground level will prepare the plant for winter. Its resilience and low maintenance needs make 'Cerise Queen' a superb addition to any garden, offering vibrant colour and attracting pollinators throughout the growing season. Common Name: Yarrow Latin Name: Achillea millefolium 'Cerise Queen' Soil: Well-drained soil Position: Full sun to light shade Flowering Period/Colour: Early summer to autumn; deep pink to cherry-red flowers Hardiness: Hardy perennial Eventual Height/Spread: 60-75cm height; 45-60cm spread Special Feature: Attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies; excellent for cut flowers and dried floral arrangements

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Achillea millefolium 'Colorado'

Achillea Colorado, commonly known as Yarrow, is a versatile and hardy perennial that brings a splash of colour to any garden. Renowned for its vibrant blooms and feathery, fern-like foliage, this plant is a favourite among gardeners in the UK. Achillea Colorado thrives in various garden settings, from borders to wildflower meadows, and is perfect for those looking to add a touch of natural beauty with minimal effort. One of the standout features of Achillea Colorado is its stunning array of colours. The plant produces clusters of small, daisy-like flowers in shades of pink, red, yellow, and white, creating a beautiful mosaic that attracts pollinators like bees and butterflies. This yarrow variety has a pleasant, subtle fragrance and a long blooming period from early summer to autumn. Its sturdy stems and compact growth habit make it an excellent choice for cut flower arrangements and dried floral crafts, adding a touch of charm to any home. Planting and caring for Achillea Colorado is straightforward, making it an ideal choice for both novice and experienced gardeners. Plant it in well-drained soil in a sunny spot, as this yarrow prefers full sun to light shade. Achillea Colorado is drought-tolerant once established, requiring only moderate watering. To encourage more prolific blooming, deadhead spent flowers regularly. In late autumn, cut back the stems to ground level to prepare the plant for winter. With its resilience and low-maintenance nature, Achillea Colorado is a delightful addition to any garden, offering year-round interest and colour. Common Name: Yarrow Latin Name: Achillea millefolium 'Colorado' Soil: Well-drained soil Position: Full sun to light shade Flowering Period/Colour: Early summer to autumn; pink, red, yellow, and white flowers Hardiness: Hardy perennial Eventual Height/Spread: 60-80cm height; 30-45cm spread Special Feature: Attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies; excellent for cut flowers and dried floral arrangements

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Achillea millefolium 'Lilac Beauty'

Achillea millefolium 'Lilac Beauty', also known as Yarrow, is a stunning perennial that brings a touch of elegance to any garden. This variety features delicate, fern-like foliage and clusters of soft lilac-pink flowers. Highly valued by UK gardeners, 'Lilac Beauty' is ideal for borders, cottage gardens, and wildflower meadows, where it adds both colour and texture. Its robust nature and versatility make it a wonderful choice for a wide range of garden settings. The standout feature of Achillea millefolium 'Lilac Beauty' is its beautiful flower colour. The lilac-pink blooms appear from early summer and continue to adorn the garden until autumn. These lovely flowers are not only visually appealing but also attract beneficial pollinators, including bees and butterflies. The upright growth and strong stems of 'Lilac Beauty' make it perfect for cut flower arrangements, allowing you to enjoy its charm indoors as well. This yarrow variety adds a soft, romantic touch to any floral display. Caring for Achillea millefolium 'Lilac Beauty' is simple, making it a great option for gardeners of all skill levels. Plant 'Lilac Beauty' in well-drained soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, although it can also thrive in light shade. Once established, this drought-tolerant yarrow requires minimal watering. To encourage continuous blooming, regularly deadhead spent flowers. In late autumn, cut back the stems to ground level to prepare the plant for winter. With its resilience and low maintenance needs, 'Lilac Beauty' is an excellent addition to any garden, providing elegant colour and attracting pollinators throughout the growing season. Common Name: Yarrow Latin Name: Achillea millefolium 'Lilac Beauty' Soil: Well-drained soil Position: Full sun to light shade Flowering Period/Colour: Early summer to autumn; soft lilac-pink flowers Hardiness: Hardy perennial Eventual Height/Spread: 60-75 cm (24-30 inches) height; 45-60 cm (18-24 inches) spread Special Feature: Attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies; excellent for cut flowers and dried floral arrangements

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Achillea millefolium 'Paprika' - Yarrow

Achillea millefolium 'Paprika'

Yarrow

Achillea millefolium 'Paprika', commonly known as Yarrow, is a striking perennial that adds a burst of colour to any garden. With its bright red flowers featuring yellow centers and finely divided, fern-like foliage, this plant is a standout in any landscape. 'Paprika' is highly valued by UK gardeners for its vibrant appearance and robust nature, making it ideal for borders, cottage gardens, and wildflower meadows. The most distinctive feature of Achillea millefolium 'Paprika' is its brilliant flower colour. The fiery red blooms appear from early summer and last until autumn, creating a long-lasting and eye-catching display. These flowers not only enhance your garden’s aesthetic but also attract a variety of pollinators, including bees and butterflies, contributing to the health of your garden ecosystem. The strong, upright stems make 'Paprika' an excellent choice for cut flower arrangements, allowing you to bring its vivid colour indoors. Caring for Achillea millefolium 'Paprika' is simple, making it a great choice for both novice and experienced gardeners. Plant 'Paprika' in well-drained soil and provide plenty of sunlight, though it can tolerate light shade. Once established, this yarrow variety is drought-tolerant and requires minimal watering. Deadheading spent flowers will encourage continued blooming, and in late autumn, cutting back the stems to ground level will prepare the plant for winter. With its resilience and low maintenance needs, 'Paprika' is an excellent addition to any garden, offering vibrant colour and attracting pollinators throughout the growing season. Common Name: Yarrow Latin Name: Achillea millefolium 'Paprika' Soil: Well-drained soil Position: Full sun to light shade Flowering Period/Colour: Early summer to autumn; bright red flowers with yellow centers Hardiness: Hardy perennial Eventual Height/Spread: 60-75 cm (24-30 inches) height; 45-60 cm (18-24 inches) spread Special Feature: Attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies; excellent for cut flowers and dried floral arrangements

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Alchemilla erythropoda

Alchemilla erythropoda

Alchemilla erythropoda - Charming and Compact Perennial Alchemilla erythropoda, commonly known as Dwarf Lady's Mantle, is a charming and compact perennial that adds a touch of elegance to any garden. This delightful plant is known for its attractive, scalloped foliage and delicate yellow-green flowers. Highly valued by UK gardeners, Alchemilla erythropoda is perfect for borders, rock gardens, and as ground cover, where it brings both beauty and functionality. The key feature of Alchemilla erythropoda is its appealing foliage. The soft, velvety leaves are scalloped and form neat, compact mounds, providing a lush green backdrop throughout the growing season. In late spring to early summer, clusters of small, yellow-green flowers appear, adding a subtle splash of colour. These blooms are not only visually appealing but also attract beneficial pollinators, enhancing the ecological health of your garden. Caring for Alchemilla erythropoda is straightforward, making it an excellent choice for gardeners of all skill levels. Plant this dwarf Lady's Mantle in well-drained soil, ensuring it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can also thrive in partial shade. This hardy perennial is drought-tolerant once established and requires minimal watering. Deadheading spent flowers can promote a tidier appearance, and in late autumn, cutting back the foliage will prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and charming appearance, Alchemilla erythropoda is a versatile addition to any garden, providing attractive ground cover and delicate blooms throughout the growing season. Common Name: Dwarf Lady's Mantle Latin Name: Alchemilla erythropoda Soil: Well-drained soil Position: Full sun to partial shade Flowering Period/Colour: Late spring to early summer; yellow-green flowers Hardiness: Hardy perennial Eventual Height/Spread: 15-20 cm (6-8 inches) height; 30-45 cm (12-18 inches) spread Special Feature: Attractive foliage with scalloped edges; excellent ground cover

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Anemone pulsatilla 'Papageno'

Anemone pulsatilla 'Papageno' - A Unique and Eye-Catching Perennial Anemone pulsatilla 'Papageno', commonly known as Pasque Flower, is a unique and eye-catching perennial that adds charm and interest to any garden. Known for its unusual fringed flowers and feathery seed heads, this plant is a favourite among UK gardeners. 'Papageno' is perfect for rock gardens, borders, and cottage gardens, where it brings both beauty and intrigue with its varied flower colours and distinctive form. The standout feature of Anemone pulsatilla 'Papageno' is its unique flowers. Blooming in spring, the fringed petals come in a range of colours, including purple, pink, red, and white. These striking flowers are followed by attractive, silky seed heads that add further visual interest. The finely divided foliage is also appealing, providing a lush green backdrop that complements the vibrant blooms. This plant not only enhances your garden’s aesthetic but also attracts early-season pollinators. Caring for Anemone pulsatilla 'Papageno' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Papageno' in well-drained, moderately fertile soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, although it can also thrive in partial shade. This hardy perennial is drought-tolerant once established and requires minimal watering. To maintain its tidy appearance, deadhead spent flowers and trim back foliage as needed. In late autumn, a light mulch can help protect the plant through winter. With its low maintenance needs and striking blooms, Anemone pulsatilla 'Papageno' is an excellent addition to any garden, offering unique flowers and attracting early-season pollinators. Common Name: Pasque Flower Latin Name: Anemone pulsatilla 'Papageno' Soil: Well-drained, moderately fertile soil Position: Full sun to partial shade Flowering Period/Colour: Spring; varied colours including purple, pink, red, and white Hardiness: Hardy perennial Eventual Height/Spread: 20-30cm  height; 15-30cm spread Special Feature: Unusual fringed flowers; attractive feathery seed heads  

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Anemone pulsatilla 'Red'

Anemone pulsatilla 'Red'

Anemone pulsatilla 'Red' - A Bold and Beautiful Perennial Anemone pulsatilla 'Red', commonly known as Pasque Flower, is a bold and beautiful perennial that brings a splash of vibrant colour to any garden. This plant is cherished for its striking red flowers and distinctive feathery seed heads. Highly valued by UK gardeners, 'Red' is perfect for rock gardens, borders, and cottage gardens, adding both visual appeal and a touch of elegance. The defining feature of Anemone pulsatilla 'Red' is its vivid red blooms. These eye-catching flowers appear in spring, providing an early burst of colour that lasts well into the season. Following the blooms, attractive silky seed heads form, adding further interest to the garden. The finely divided, fern-like foliage creates a lush green backdrop that highlights the vibrant flowers. This plant not only enhances the beauty of your garden but also attracts early-season pollinators, supporting the local ecosystem. Caring for Anemone pulsatilla 'Red' is simple, making it a suitable choice for gardeners of all skill levels. Plant 'Red' in well-drained, moderately fertile soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can also thrive in partial shade. Once established, this hardy perennial is drought-tolerant and requires minimal watering. To maintain a tidy appearance and encourage more blooms, deadhead spent flowers and trim back foliage as needed. In late autumn, a light mulch can help protect the plant through winter. With its low maintenance requirements and stunning red blooms, Anemone pulsatilla 'Red' is a fantastic addition to any garden, offering vibrant colour and attracting beneficial pollinators throughout the growing season. Common Name: Pasque FlowerLatin Name: Anemone pulsatilla 'Red'Soil: Well-drained, moderately fertile soilPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Spring; vibrant red flowersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 20-30 cm height; 15-30 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Striking red flowers; attractive feathery seed heads

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Anemone pulsatilla 'White'

Anemone pulsatilla 'White'

Anemone pulsatilla 'White' - A Graceful and Timeless Perennial Anemone pulsatilla 'White', commonly known as Pasque Flower, is a graceful and timeless perennial that adds a touch of elegance to any garden. Renowned for its pure white blooms and distinctive feathery seed heads, this plant is a favourite among UK gardeners. 'White' is ideal for rock gardens, borders, and cottage gardens, providing both beauty and sophistication with its striking flowers and lush foliage. The standout feature of Anemone pulsatilla 'White' is its pristine white flowers. Blooming in spring, these elegant flowers offer a fresh burst of colour that brightens up the garden. The blooms are followed by attractive, silky seed heads that add further visual interest. The finely divided, fern-like foliage provides a lush green backdrop, enhancing the overall aesthetic appeal. This plant not only beautifies your garden but also attracts early-season pollinators, contributing to a healthy garden ecosystem. Caring for Anemone pulsatilla 'White' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'White' in well-drained, moderately fertile soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, although it can also thrive in partial shade. Once established, this hardy perennial is drought-tolerant and requires minimal watering. Deadheading spent flowers and trimming back foliage as needed will help maintain a tidy appearance and encourage further blooming. In late autumn, a light mulch can help protect the plant through winter. With its low maintenance needs and elegant white blooms, Anemone pulsatilla 'White' is a superb addition to any garden, offering timeless beauty and attracting beneficial pollinators throughout the growing season. Common Name: Pasque FlowerLatin Name: Anemone pulsatilla 'White'Soil: Well-drained, moderately fertile soilPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Spring; pure white flowersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 20-30 cm height; 15-30 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Elegant white flowers; attractive feathery seed heads

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Arabis ferdinandi-coburgi 'Old Gold'

Arabis ferdinandi

coburgi 'Old Gold'

Arabis ferdinandi-coburgi 'Old Gold' - A Delightful Ground Cover Arabis ferdinandi-coburgi 'Old Gold', commonly known as Rock Cress, is a delightful perennial that serves as excellent ground cover in any garden. This plant is renowned for its attractive variegated foliage and charming white flowers. 'Old Gold' is perfect for rock gardens, borders, and as ground cover, bringing both colour and texture to your outdoor space. The standout feature of Arabis ferdinandi-coburgi 'Old Gold' is its striking variegated leaves. The foliage is a mix of green and gold, creating a vibrant display that lasts throughout the year. In spring, clusters of small white flowers appear, adding a fresh burst of colour and enhancing the plant's visual appeal. This combination of variegated foliage and delicate blooms makes 'Old Gold' a versatile and attractive choice for various garden settings. Caring for Arabis ferdinandi-coburgi 'Old Gold' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Old Gold' in well-drained soil and provide plenty of sunlight, though it can also thrive in partial shade. This hardy perennial is drought-tolerant once established and requires minimal watering. To maintain its neat appearance, trim back any leggy growth after flowering. In late autumn, a light mulch can help protect the plant through winter. With its low maintenance needs and year-round interest, Arabis ferdinandi-coburgi 'Old Gold' is an excellent addition to any garden, offering attractive ground cover and seasonal blooms. Common Name: Rock CressLatin Name: Arabis ferdinandi-coburgi 'Old Gold'Soil: Well-drained soilPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Spring; white flowersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 5-10 cm height; 30-45 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Attractive variegated foliage; excellent ground cover

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Aster alpinus 'Albus'

Aster alpinus 'Albus'

Aster alpinus 'Albus' - A Charming and Compact Perennial Aster alpinus 'Albus', commonly known as Alpine Aster, is a charming perennial that adds a touch of elegance to any garden. Known for its compact growth habit and pure white flowers, this plant is perfect for rock gardens, borders, and alpine troughs. 'Albus' brings both beauty and simplicity to various garden settings. The standout feature of Aster alpinus 'Albus' is its lovely white blooms. These daisy-like flowers appear in late spring to early summer, creating a stunning display against the backdrop of lush green foliage. The flowers are not only visually appealing but also attract pollinators, making your garden a lively and vibrant space. This compact plant is an excellent choice for adding early-season interest to your garden. Caring for Aster alpinus 'Albus' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Albus' in well-drained soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can tolerate partial shade. This hardy perennial is drought-tolerant once established and requires minimal watering. To encourage more blooms and maintain a tidy appearance, deadhead spent flowers. In late autumn, cutting back the foliage will prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and charming white flowers, Aster alpinus 'Albus' is a delightful addition to any garden, providing early-season beauty and attracting beneficial pollinators. Common Name: Alpine AsterLatin Name: Aster alpinus 'Albus'Soil: Well-drained soilPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Late spring to early summer; pure white flowersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 15-20 cm height; 20-30 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Compact growth habit; ideal for rock gardens and borders

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Aster alpinus 'Happy End'

Aster alpinus 'Happy End'

Aster alpinus 'Happy End' - A Delightful and Vibrant Perennial Aster alpinus 'Happy End', commonly known as Alpine Aster, is a delightful perennial that brings a splash of colour to any garden. Known for its compact growth habit and vibrant pink flowers, this plant is perfect for rock gardens, borders, and alpine troughs. 'Happy End' adds both beauty and charm to a variety of garden settings. The standout feature of Aster alpinus 'Happy End' is its lovely pink blooms. These daisy-like flowers appear in late spring to early summer, creating a stunning display against the backdrop of lush green foliage. The flowers are not only visually appealing but also attract pollinators, making your garden a lively and vibrant space. This compact plant is an excellent choice for adding early-season interest to your garden. Caring for Aster alpinus 'Happy End' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Happy End' in well-drained soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can tolerate partial shade. This hardy perennial is drought-tolerant once established and requires minimal watering. To encourage more blooms and maintain a tidy appearance, deadhead spent flowers. In late autumn, cutting back the foliage will prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and charming pink flowers, Aster alpinus 'Happy End' is a wonderful addition to any garden, providing early-season beauty and attracting beneficial pollinators. Common Name: Alpine AsterLatin Name: Aster alpinus 'Happy End'Soil: Well-drained soilPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Late spring to early summer; pink flowersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 15-20cm height; 20-30cm spreadSpecial Feature: Compact growth habit; ideal for rock gardens and borders

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Aster alpinus 'Mixed'

Aster alpinus 'Mixed' - A Colourful and Compact Perennial Aster alpinus 'Mixed', commonly known as Alpine Aster, is a colourful perennial that brings a vibrant display to any garden. Known for its compact growth habit and a variety of bloom colours, this plant is perfect for rock gardens, borders, and alpine troughs. 'Mixed' offers a delightful blend of purple, pink, and white flowers, adding both beauty and diversity to garden settings. The standout feature of Aster alpinus 'Mixed' is its diverse array of blooms. These daisy-like flowers appear in late spring to early summer, creating a stunning and varied display against the backdrop of lush green foliage. The mix of colours not only enhances the visual appeal but also attracts pollinators, making your garden a lively and dynamic space. This compact plant is an excellent choice for adding early-season interest to your garden. Caring for Aster alpinus 'Mixed' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Mixed' in well-drained soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can tolerate partial shade. This hardy perennial is drought-tolerant once established and requires minimal watering. To encourage more blooms and maintain a tidy appearance, deadhead spent flowers. In late autumn, cutting back the foliage will prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and a vibrant mix of flowers, Aster alpinus 'Mixed' is a fantastic addition to any garden, providing early-season beauty and attracting beneficial pollinators. Common Name: Alpine AsterLatin Name: Aster alpinus 'Mixed'Soil: Well-drained soilPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Late spring to early summer; mixed colours (purple, pink, white)Hardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 15-20 cm height; 20-30 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Variety of bloom colours; ideal for rock gardens and borders

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Aster amellus 'Rudolf Goethe'

Aster amellus 'Rudolf Goethe'

Aster amellus 'Rudolf Goethe' - A Late-Blooming Garden Gem Aster amellus 'Rudolf Goethe', commonly known as Italian Aster, is a beautiful perennial that adds vibrant colour to your garden from late summer into autumn. Renowned for its long flowering period and stunning lavender-blue flowers, this plant is perfect for borders, cottage gardens, and mixed beds. 'Rudolf Goethe' brings both beauty and resilience, making it a standout choice for various garden settings. The defining feature of Aster amellus 'Rudolf Goethe' is its profusion of lavender-blue blooms. These daisy-like flowers appear in clusters, creating a striking display that lasts well into the autumn months. The vibrant flowers are complemented by dark green foliage, enhancing the overall aesthetic appeal. This plant not only adds late-season colour to your garden but also attracts a variety of pollinators, including bees and butterflies, supporting a healthy garden ecosystem. Caring for Aster amellus 'Rudolf Goethe' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Rudolf Goethe' in well-drained soil, ideally with an alkaline pH, and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, although it can tolerate partial shade. This hardy perennial is drought-tolerant once established and requires minimal watering. To encourage more prolific blooming and maintain a tidy appearance, deadhead spent flowers. In late autumn, cut back the stems to ground level to prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and long-lasting blooms, Aster amellus 'Rudolf Goethe' is an excellent addition to any garden, providing a burst of colour and attracting beneficial pollinators throughout the late growing season. Common Name: Italian AsterLatin Name: Aster amellus 'Rudolf Goethe'Soil: Well-drained soil, preferably alkalinePosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Late summer to autumn; lavender-blue flowersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 50-60 cm height; 30-45 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Long flowering period; excellent for borders and attracting pollinators

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Aster novi-belgii 'Alice Haslam'

Aster novi

belgii 'Alice Haslam'

Aster novi-belgii 'Alice Haslam' - A Compact and Vibrant Perennial Aster novi-belgii 'Alice Haslam', commonly known as New York Aster, is a compact and vibrant perennial that adds a splash of colour to your garden from late summer into autumn. This plant is known for its bright pink flowers and neat growth habit, making it ideal for borders, containers, and cottage gardens. 'Alice Haslam' brings both beauty and functionality to a variety of garden settings. The standout feature of Aster novi-belgii 'Alice Haslam' is its dazzling pink blooms. These cheerful, daisy-like flowers appear in abundance, creating a vibrant display that contrasts beautifully with the dark green foliage. The flowers, with their yellow centers, not only brighten up your garden but also attract numerous pollinators, including bees and butterflies, enhancing the ecological health of your garden. Caring for Aster novi-belgii 'Alice Haslam' is simple, making it a suitable choice for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Alice Haslam' in well-drained soil that is rich in organic matter and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can also thrive in partial shade. This hardy perennial is drought-tolerant once established and requires minimal watering. To encourage continuous blooming and maintain a tidy appearance, deadhead spent flowers regularly. In late autumn, cut back the stems to ground level to prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and striking pink flowers, Aster novi-belgii 'Alice Haslam' is a wonderful addition to any garden, offering late-season beauty and attracting beneficial pollinators. Common Name: New York AsterLatin Name: Aster novi-belgii 'Alice Haslam'Soil: Well-drained soil, rich in organic matterPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Late summer to autumn; bright pink flowers with yellow centersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 40-50 cm height; 30-45 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Compact growth habit; excellent for borders and attracting pollinators

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Aster novi

belgii 'Audrey'

Aster novi-belgii 'Audrey' - An Elegant and Profuse Bloomer Aster novi-belgii 'Audrey', commonly known as New York Aster, is an elegant perennial that brings a profusion of colour to the garden from late summer into autumn. This variety is cherished for its soft lavender-pink blooms and tall growth habit, making it perfect for borders, mixed beds, and cottage gardens. 'Audrey' adds a touch of sophistication and beauty to any garden setting. The defining feature of Aster novi-belgii 'Audrey' is its abundant soft lavender-pink flowers. These daisy-like blooms appear in clusters, creating a stunning display that stands out against the dark green foliage. The flowers, with their vibrant yellow centers, not only enhance the visual appeal but also attract a variety of pollinators, including bees and butterflies, supporting a healthy garden ecosystem. Caring for Aster novi-belgii 'Audrey' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Audrey' in well-drained soil enriched with organic matter, and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can tolerate partial shade. This hardy perennial is drought-tolerant once established and requires minimal watering. To promote continuous blooming and maintain a tidy appearance, regularly deadhead spent flowers. In late autumn, cut back the stems to ground level to prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and elegant blooms, Aster novi-belgii 'Audrey' is a superb addition to any garden, providing late-season colour and attracting beneficial pollinators. Common Name: New York AsterLatin Name: Aster novi-belgii 'Audrey'Soil: Well-drained soil, rich in organic matterPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Late summer to autumn; soft lavender-pink flowers with yellow centersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 60-75 cm height; 45-60 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Tall, elegant growth habit; excellent for borders and attracting pollinators

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Aster novi

belgii 'Chatterbox'

Aster novi-belgii 'Chatterbox' - A Compact and Cheerful Perennial Aster novi-belgii 'Chatterbox', commonly known as New York Aster, is a compact and cheerful perennial that brings a burst of colour to your garden from late summer into autumn. This variety is prized for its bright pink flowers and neat, bushy growth habit, making it perfect for borders, containers, and cottage gardens. 'Chatterbox' adds both charm and vibrancy to any garden setting. The standout feature of Aster novi-belgii 'Chatterbox' is its profusion of bright pink blooms. These daisy-like flowers appear in abundance, creating a lively display that contrasts beautifully with the dark green foliage. The flowers, with their sunny yellow centers, not only brighten up your garden but also attract numerous pollinators, including bees and butterflies, enhancing the ecological health of your garden. Caring for Aster novi-belgii 'Chatterbox' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Chatterbox' in well-drained soil that is rich in organic matter and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can also thrive in partial shade. This hardy perennial is drought-tolerant once established and requires minimal watering. To encourage continuous blooming and maintain a tidy appearance, deadhead spent flowers regularly. In late autumn, cut back the stems to ground level to prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and bright pink flowers, Aster novi-belgii 'Chatterbox' is a delightful addition to any garden, offering late-season beauty and attracting beneficial pollinators. Common Name: New York AsterLatin Name: Aster novi-belgii 'Chatterbox'Soil: Well-drained soil, rich in organic matterPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Late summer to autumn; bright pink flowers with yellow centersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 30-40cm height; 30-45cm spreadSpecial Feature: Compact, bushy growth habit; excellent for borders and containers

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Aster novi-belgii 'Dandy'

Aster novi

belgii 'Dandy'

Aster novi-belgii 'Dandy' - A Compact and Vibrant Perennial Aster novi-belgii 'Dandy', commonly known as New York Aster, is a compact and vibrant perennial that brings rich colour to the garden from late summer into autumn. This variety is known for its deep purple flowers and neat growth habit, making it ideal for borders, containers, and cottage gardens. 'Dandy' adds both beauty and elegance to various garden settings. The standout feature of Aster novi-belgii 'Dandy' is its striking deep purple blooms. These daisy-like flowers appear in abundance, creating a stunning display that contrasts beautifully with the dark green foliage. The flowers, with their bright yellow centers, not only enhance your garden's visual appeal but also attract a variety of pollinators, including bees and butterflies, promoting a healthy garden ecosystem. Caring for Aster novi-belgii 'Dandy' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Dandy' in well-drained soil enriched with organic matter, and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, although it can tolerate partial shade. This hardy perennial is drought-tolerant once established and requires minimal watering. To encourage continuous blooming and maintain a tidy appearance, regularly deadhead spent flowers. In late autumn, cut back the stems to ground level to prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and vibrant purple flowers, Aster novi-belgii 'Dandy' is a wonderful addition to any garden, offering late-season beauty and attracting beneficial pollinators. Common Name: New York AsterLatin Name: Aster novi-belgii 'Dandy'Soil: Well-drained soil, rich in organic matterPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Late summer to autumn; deep purple flowers with yellow centersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 40-50 cm height; 30-45 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Compact growth habit; excellent for borders and attracting pollinators

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Aster novi

belgii 'Lady in Blue'

Aster novi-belgii 'Lady in Blue' - A Graceful and Vibrant Perennial Aster novi-belgii 'Lady in Blue', commonly known as New York Aster, is a graceful and vibrant perennial that enhances any garden with its late-season blooms. This variety is cherished for its lavender-blue flowers and compact, bushy growth habit, making it ideal for borders, containers, and cottage gardens. 'Lady in Blue' brings both beauty and elegance to a variety of garden settings. The defining feature of Aster novi-belgii 'Lady in Blue' is its lovely lavender-blue blooms. These daisy-like flowers appear in abundance from late summer to autumn, creating a stunning display against the dark green foliage. The flowers, with their bright yellow centers, not only add visual interest but also attract a variety of pollinators, including bees and butterflies, promoting a healthy garden ecosystem. Caring for Aster novi-belgii 'Lady in Blue' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Lady in Blue' in well-drained soil enriched with organic matter, and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can also thrive in partial shade. This hardy perennial is drought-tolerant once established and requires minimal watering. To encourage continuous blooming and maintain a tidy appearance, regularly deadhead spent flowers. In late autumn, cut back the stems to ground level to prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and stunning lavender-blue flowers, Aster novi-belgii 'Lady in Blue' is a delightful addition to any garden, offering late-season beauty and attracting beneficial pollinators. Common Name: New York AsterLatin Name: Aster novi-belgii 'Lady in Blue'Soil: Well-drained soil, rich in organic matterPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Late summer to autumn; lavender-blue flowers with yellow centersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 40-50 cm height; 30-45 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Compact, bushy growth habit; excellent for borders and containers

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Aster novi

belgii 'Little Pink Beauty'

Aster novi-belgii 'Little Pink Beauty' - A Compact and Charming Perennial Aster novi-belgii 'Little Pink Beauty', commonly known as New York Aster, is a compact and charming perennial that brings a delightful splash of colour to the garden from late summer into autumn. Known for its bright pink flowers and neat growth habit, this variety is perfect for borders, containers, and cottage gardens. 'Little Pink Beauty' adds both vibrancy and elegance to various garden settings. The standout feature of Aster novi-belgii 'Little Pink Beauty' is its profusion of bright pink blooms. These daisy-like flowers appear in abundance, creating a lively display that contrasts beautifully with the dark green foliage. The flowers, with their sunny yellow centers, not only brighten up your garden but also attract numerous pollinators, including bees and butterflies, enhancing the ecological health of your garden. Caring for Aster novi-belgii 'Little Pink Beauty' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Little Pink Beauty' in well-drained soil that is rich in organic matter and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can also thrive in partial shade. This hardy perennial is drought-tolerant once established and requires minimal watering. To encourage continuous blooming and maintain a tidy appearance, deadhead spent flowers regularly. In late autumn, cut back the stems to ground level to prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and bright pink flowers, Aster novi-belgii 'Little Pink Beauty' is a delightful addition to any garden, offering late-season beauty and attracting beneficial pollinators. Common Name: New York AsterLatin Name: Aster novi-belgii 'Little Pink Beauty'Soil: Well-drained soil, rich in organic matterPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Late summer to autumn; bright pink flowers with yellow centersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 30-40 cm height; 30-45 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Compact and bushy growth habit; excellent for borders, containers, and attracting pollinators

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Aster novi-belgii 'Samoa'

Aster novi

belgii 'Samoa'

Aster novi-belgii 'Samoa' - A Compact and Vibrant Perennial Aster novi-belgii 'Samoa', commonly known as New York Aster, is a compact and vibrant perennial that adds a splash of rich colour to the garden from late summer into autumn. Known for its deep purple flowers and neat, bushy growth habit, this variety is perfect for borders, containers, and cottage gardens. 'Samoa' brings both beauty and elegance to a variety of garden settings. The standout feature of Aster novi-belgii 'Samoa' is its profusion of deep purple blooms. These daisy-like flowers appear in abundance, creating a striking display that contrasts beautifully with the dark green foliage. The flowers, with their bright yellow centers, not only enhance your garden's visual appeal but also attract a variety of pollinators, including bees and butterflies, promoting a healthy garden ecosystem. Caring for Aster novi-belgii 'Samoa' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Samoa' in well-drained soil that is rich in organic matter and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can also thrive in partial shade. This hardy perennial is drought-tolerant once established and requires minimal watering. To encourage continuous blooming and maintain a tidy appearance, deadhead spent flowers regularly. In late autumn, cut back the stems to ground level to prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and deep purple flowers, Aster novi-belgii 'Samoa' is a wonderful addition to any garden, offering late-season beauty and attracting beneficial pollinators. Common Name: New York AsterLatin Name: Aster novi-belgii 'Samoa'Soil: Well-drained soil, rich in organic matterPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Late summer to autumn; deep purple flowers with yellow centersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 40-50 cm height; 30-45 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Compact and bushy growth habit; excellent for borders, containers, and attracting pollinators

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Aster novi

belgii 'Snowcushion'

Aster novi-belgii 'Snowcushion' - A Compact and Elegant Perennial Aster novi-belgii 'Snowcushion', commonly known as New York Aster, is a compact and elegant perennial that brings a pristine touch to the garden from late summer into autumn. This variety is cherished for its pure white flowers and neat, bushy growth habit, making it ideal for borders, rock gardens, and containers. 'Snowcushion' adds both beauty and sophistication to various garden settings. The defining feature of Aster novi-belgii 'Snowcushion' is its abundance of pure white blooms. These daisy-like flowers appear in profusion, creating a stunning display that contrasts beautifully with the dark green foliage. The flowers, with their bright yellow centers, not only brighten up your garden but also attract a variety of pollinators, including bees and butterflies, enhancing the ecological health of your garden. Caring for Aster novi-belgii 'Snowcushion' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Snowcushion' in well-drained soil that is rich in organic matter and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can also thrive in partial shade. This hardy perennial is drought-tolerant once established and requires minimal watering. To encourage continuous blooming and maintain a tidy appearance, deadhead spent flowers regularly. In late autumn, cut back the stems to ground level to prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and pristine white flowers, Aster novi-belgii 'Snowcushion' is a delightful addition to any garden, offering late-season beauty and attracting beneficial pollinators. Common Name: New York AsterLatin Name: Aster novi-belgii 'Snowcushion'Soil: Well-drained soil, rich in organic matterPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Late summer to autumn; pure white flowers with yellow centersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 20-30 cm height; 30-45 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Compact and bushy growth habit; excellent for borders, rock gardens, and containers

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Aster novi-belgii 'Tonga'

Aster novi

belgii 'Tonga'

Aster novi-belgii 'Tonga' - A Compact and Vibrant Perennial Aster novi-belgii 'Tonga', commonly known as New York Aster, is a compact and vibrant perennial that brings a burst of colour to your garden from late summer into autumn. This variety is admired for its bright magenta-pink flowers and neat, bushy growth habit, making it perfect for borders, containers, and cottage gardens. 'Tonga' adds both charm and vibrancy to any garden setting. The standout feature of Aster novi-belgii 'Tonga' is its profusion of vibrant magenta-pink blooms. These daisy-like flowers appear in abundance, creating a lively display that contrasts beautifully with the dark green foliage. The flowers, with their bright yellow centers, not only enhance your garden's visual appeal but also attract a variety of pollinators, including bees and butterflies, promoting a healthy garden ecosystem. Caring for Aster novi-belgii 'Tonga' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Tonga' in well-drained soil that is rich in organic matter and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can also thrive in partial shade. This hardy perennial is drought-tolerant once established and requires minimal watering. To encourage continuous blooming and maintain a tidy appearance, deadhead spent flowers regularly. In late autumn, cut back the stems to ground level to prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and vibrant magenta-pink flowers, Aster novi-belgii 'Tonga' is a wonderful addition to any garden, offering late-season beauty and attracting beneficial pollinators. Common Name: New York AsterLatin Name: Aster novi-belgii 'Tonga'Soil: Well-drained soil, rich in organic matterPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Late summer to autumn; vibrant magenta-pink flowers with yellow centersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 40-50 cm height; 30-45 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Compact and bushy growth habit; excellent for borders, containers, and attracting pollinators

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Aster novi

belgii 'Winston Churchill'

Aster novi-belgii 'Winston Churchill' - A Stately and Vibrant Perennial Aster novi-belgii 'Winston Churchill', commonly known as New York Aster, is a stately and vibrant perennial that adds a burst of rich colour to the garden from late summer into autumn. This variety is admired for its deep crimson-red flowers and tall, bushy growth habit, making it ideal for borders, mixed beds, and cottage gardens. 'Winston Churchill' brings both elegance and drama to various garden settings. The standout feature of Aster novi-belgii 'Winston Churchill' is its profusion of deep crimson-red blooms. These daisy-like flowers appear in abundance, creating a striking display that contrasts beautifully with the dark green foliage. The flowers, with their bright yellow centers, not only enhance your garden's visual appeal but also attract a variety of pollinators, including bees and butterflies, promoting a healthy garden ecosystem. Caring for Aster novi-belgii 'Winston Churchill' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Winston Churchill' in well-drained soil that is rich in organic matter and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can also thrive in partial shade. This hardy perennial is drought-tolerant once established and requires minimal watering. To encourage continuous blooming and maintain a tidy appearance, deadhead spent flowers regularly. In late autumn, cut back the stems to ground level to prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and striking crimson-red flowers, Aster novi-belgii 'Winston Churchill' is a superb addition to any garden, offering late-season beauty and attracting beneficial pollinators. Common Name: New York AsterLatin Name: Aster novi-belgii 'Winston Churchill'Soil: Well-drained soil, rich in organic matterPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Late summer to autumn; deep crimson-red flowers with yellow centersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 60-80 cm height; 45-60 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Tall, bushy growth habit; excellent for borders and attracting pollinators

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Astilbe chinensis

Astilbe chinensis - A Lush and Elegant Shade Perennial Astilbe chinensis, commonly known as Chinese Astilbe, is a lush and elegant perennial that thrives in shady garden areas. Known for its feathery plumes of flowers and attractive foliage, this plant is perfect for shade gardens, woodland gardens, and moist areas. Astilbe chinensis brings both texture and colour to garden settings where light is limited. The defining feature of Astilbe chinensis is its striking flower plumes. Blooming in summer, these feathery flowers come in shades of pink, purple, or white, creating a beautiful contrast against the deeply divided, dark green foliage. The flowers are not only visually appealing but also attract a variety of pollinators, adding ecological value to your garden. The foliage remains attractive throughout the growing season, providing a lush backdrop even when the plant is not in bloom. Caring for Astilbe chinensis is straightforward, making it a suitable choice for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant Astilbe chinensis in moist, well-drained soil that is rich in organic matter. Ensure it receives partial to full shade, as this plant prefers cooler, shaded environments. Water regularly to keep the soil consistently moist, especially during dry periods. To encourage vigorous growth and maintain a tidy appearance, remove spent flower plumes after blooming. In late autumn, cut back the foliage to prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and beautiful blooms, Astilbe chinensis is an excellent addition to any shade garden, providing elegant colour and texture throughout the summer. Caring for Aster novi-belgii 'Winston Churchill' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Winston Churchill' in well-drained soil that is rich in organic matter and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can also thrive in partial shade. This hardy perennial is drought-tolerant once established and requires minimal watering. To encourage continuous blooming and maintain a tidy appearance, deadhead spent flowers regularly. In late autumn, cut back the stems to ground level to prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and striking crimson-red flowers, Aster novi-belgii 'Winston Churchill' is a superb addition to any garden, offering late-season beauty and attracting beneficial pollinators. Common Name: Chinese AstilbeLatin Name: Astilbe chinensisSoil: Moist, well-drained soil, rich in organic matterPosition: Partial to full shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Summer; pink, purple, or white flowersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 60-90 cm height; 45-60 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Feathery plumes; excellent for shade gardens and moist areas

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Bergenia cordifolia

Bergenia cordifolia

Bergenia cordifolia - A Robust and Decorative Perennial Bergenia cordifolia, commonly known as Elephant's Ears, is a robust perennial that adds a decorative touch to gardens with its large, glossy leaves and vibrant flowers. Ideal for ground cover, borders, and shade gardens, this plant thrives in a variety of garden settings, offering year-round interest with its evergreen foliage and striking spring blooms. The standout feature of Bergenia cordifolia is its broad, leathery leaves. These large, heart-shaped leaves form dense clumps, providing excellent ground cover and a lush, green backdrop throughout the year. In spring, clusters of bell-shaped flowers in shades of pink to magenta rise above the foliage, creating a striking contrast and adding a splash of colour to the garden. The flowers are not only beautiful but also attract pollinators, contributing to a healthy garden ecosystem. Caring for Bergenia cordifolia is simple, making it a great choice for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant Bergenia cordifolia in well-drained soil, as it can tolerate a range of soil types. This versatile plant can thrive in full sun to partial shade, though it prefers some shade in hotter climates to prevent leaf scorch. Water regularly to keep the soil moderately moist, especially during dry periods. To maintain its appearance, remove any dead or damaged leaves and spent flower stalks. In late autumn, a light mulch can help protect the plant through winter. With its low maintenance needs and decorative foliage, Bergenia cordifolia is an excellent addition to any garden, providing year-round beauty and effective ground cover. Common Name: Elephant's EarsLatin Name: Bergenia cordifoliaSoil: Well-drained soil, tolerates a range of soil typesPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Spring; pink to magenta flowersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 30-45 cm height; 45-60 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Large, glossy leaves; excellent for ground cover and shade gardens

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Bergenia cordifolia 'Purpurea'

Bergenia cordifolia 'Purpurea'

Bergenia cordifolia 'Purpurea' - A Vibrant and Hardy Perennial Bergenia cordifolia 'Purpurea', commonly known as Elephant's Ears, is a vibrant and hardy perennial that brings year-round interest to the garden. This variety is known for its striking purplish-bronze winter foliage and bright pink to magenta flowers in spring. 'Purpurea' is perfect for ground cover, borders, and shade gardens, adding both colour and texture to various garden settings. The defining feature of Bergenia cordifolia 'Purpurea' is its unique foliage. The large, leathery leaves turn a distinctive purplish-bronze during the winter months, providing seasonal interest and enhancing the garden's visual appeal. In spring, clusters of bell-shaped flowers in shades of bright pink to magenta rise above the foliage, creating a beautiful contrast and attracting pollinators. The lush, evergreen foliage forms dense clumps, making 'Purpurea' an excellent choice for ground cover. Caring for Bergenia cordifolia 'Purpurea' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Purpurea' in well-drained soil, as it can tolerate a range of soil types. This versatile plant thrives in full sun to partial shade, though some shade in hotter climates helps prevent leaf scorch. Water regularly to maintain moderately moist soil, especially during dry periods. To keep the plant looking its best, remove any dead or damaged leaves and spent flower stalks. In late autumn, a light mulch can protect the plant through winter. With its low maintenance needs, striking foliage, and vibrant flowers, Bergenia cordifolia 'Purpurea' is a fantastic addition to any garden, providing year-round beauty and effective ground cover. Common Name: Elephant's EarsLatin Name: Bergenia cordifolia 'Purpurea'Soil: Well-drained soil, tolerates a range of soil typesPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Spring; bright pink to magenta flowersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 30-45 cm height; 45-60 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Purplish-bronze winter foliage; excellent for ground cover and shade gardens

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Bergenia cordifolia 'Winterglow'

Bergenia cordifolia 'Winterglow' - A Hardy and Vibrant Perennial Bergenia cordifolia 'Winterglow', commonly known as Elephant's Ears, is a hardy and vibrant perennial that offers year-round interest. This variety is particularly noted for its striking red-bronze foliage during the winter months and its rosy-pink flowers that bloom in late winter to early spring. 'Winterglow' is ideal for ground cover, borders, and shade gardens, providing both colour and texture throughout the seasons. The standout feature of Bergenia cordifolia 'Winterglow' is its dramatic winter foliage. The large, glossy leaves turn a rich red-bronze in the colder months, creating a stunning visual effect in the garden. In late winter to early spring, clusters of rosy-pink flowers emerge, standing out beautifully against the dark foliage and attracting early pollinators. The evergreen leaves form dense clumps, making 'Winterglow' an excellent choice for ground cover and providing year-round greenery. Caring for Bergenia cordifolia 'Winterglow' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Winterglow' in well-drained soil, as it is adaptable to a range of soil types. This versatile plant thrives in full sun to partial shade, though some shade in hotter climates helps prevent leaf scorch. Water regularly to maintain moderately moist soil, especially during dry periods. To keep the plant looking its best, remove any dead or damaged leaves and spent flower stalks. In late autumn, a light mulch can protect the plant through winter. With its low maintenance needs, striking winter foliage, and vibrant flowers, Bergenia cordifolia 'Winterglow' is a superb addition to any garden, offering beauty and interest throughout the year. Common Name: Elephant's EarsLatin Name: Bergenia cordifolia 'Winterglow'Soil: Well-drained soil, tolerates a range of soil typesPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Late winter to early spring; rosy-pink flowersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 30-45 cm height; 45-60 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Red-bronze winter foliage; excellent for ground cover and shade gardens

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Buphthalmum salicifolium

Buphthalmum salicifolium

Buphthalmum salicifolium - A Bright and Cheerful Perennial Buphthalmum salicifolium, commonly known as Willow-Leaved Ox-Eye, is a delightful perennial that brings a splash of sunshine to your garden throughout the summer months. This plant is treasured for its bright yellow, daisy-like flowers and its willow-like foliage. Perfect for borders, wildflower gardens, and mixed beds, Buphthalmum salicifolium adds a touch of cheerfulness and vibrancy to various garden settings. The key feature of Buphthalmum salicifolium is its profusion of bright yellow blooms. These daisy-like flowers appear in abundance during the summer, creating a stunning display that contrasts beautifully with its slender, willow-like leaves. The blooms not only enhance the garden’s visual appeal but also attract a variety of pollinators, including bees and butterflies, supporting a healthy garden ecosystem. Caring for Buphthalmum salicifolium is straightforward, making it a great choice for both novice and experienced gardeners. Plant this perennial in well-drained, moderately fertile soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can also tolerate partial shade. Once established, it is relatively drought-tolerant and requires only moderate watering. To encourage a prolonged flowering period, deadhead spent blooms regularly. In late autumn, cut back the stems to ground level to prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and cheerful yellow flowers, Buphthalmum salicifolium is a wonderful addition to any garden, offering long-lasting beauty and attracting beneficial pollinators throughout the summer. Common Name: Willow-Leaved Ox-EyeLatin Name: Buphthalmum salicifoliumSoil: Well-drained, moderately fertile soilPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Summer; bright yellow daisy-like flowersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 60-90cm height; 45-60cm spreadSpecial Feature: Long flowering period; attracts pollinators

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Calamagrostis brachytricha

Calamagrostis brachytricha - Elegant and Graceful Ornamental Grass Calamagrostis brachytricha, commonly known as Korean Feather Reed Grass, is an elegant perennial grass that adds texture and movement to any garden. This grass is prized for its fluffy, pinkish-purple plumes that appear in late summer and persist into autumn. Ideal for borders, meadow gardens, and as a focal point in mixed plantings, Calamagrostis brachytricha brings a sense of grace and lightness to garden designs. The standout feature of Calamagrostis brachytricha is its beautiful plumes. These feathery flower heads start as a soft pinkish-purple and mature to a silvery hue, creating a striking contrast against the deep green foliage. The plumes sway gently in the breeze, adding dynamic movement and visual interest to the garden. This ornamental grass also provides winter interest as the plumes persist and the foliage turns a golden colour. Caring for Calamagrostis brachytricha is straightforward, making it a great choice for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant this grass in moist, well-drained soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can also thrive in partial shade. Water regularly, especially during dry periods, to maintain soil moisture. In late winter or early spring, cut back the previous year’s growth to ground level to encourage new shoots. With its low maintenance needs and elegant plumes, Calamagrostis brachytricha is a superb addition to any garden, offering year-round beauty and adding texture and movement to your planting scheme. Common Name: Korean Feather Reed GrassLatin Name: Calamagrostis brachytrichaSoil: Moist, well-drained soilPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Late summer to autumn; fluffy, pinkish-purple plumesHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 90-120cm height; 45-60cm spreadSpecial Feature: Ornamental plumes; excellent for adding texture and movement

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Campanula garganica

Campanula garganica - A Delicate and Spreading Perennial Campanula garganica, commonly known as Adriatic Bellflower, is a delightful perennial that creates a carpet of star-shaped lavender-blue flowers. This charming plant is perfect for rock gardens, edging, and containers, bringing a touch of elegance and colour to various garden settings. Its low-growing habit and prolific blooms make it a favourite for adding a soft, spreading ground cover. The defining feature of Campanula garganica is its abundant star-shaped flowers. Blooming from late spring to summer, these delicate lavender-blue blossoms create a stunning display against the green foliage. The flowers attract pollinators such as bees, enhancing the ecological health of your garden. The dense mat of foliage remains attractive even when the plant is not in bloom, providing year-round ground cover. Caring for Campanula garganica is simple, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant this bellflower in well-drained, moderately fertile soil, ensuring it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can also thrive in partial shade. Water regularly to keep the soil evenly moist, especially during dry periods. To maintain a tidy appearance and encourage more blooms, trim back any spent flowers. In late autumn, a light mulch can help protect the plant through winter. With its low maintenance needs and charming blooms, Campanula garganica is a lovely addition to any garden, offering delicate colour and effective ground cover throughout the growing season. Common Name: Adriatic BellflowerLatin Name: Campanula garganicaSoil: Well-drained, moderately fertile soilPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Late spring to summer; star-shaped lavender-blue flowersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 10-15cm height; 30-45cm spreadSpecial Feature: Ground-hugging growth habit; excellent for rock gardens and edging

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Campanula medium 'Rose'

Campanula medium 'Rose' - A Tall and Elegant Flowering Plant Campanula medium 'Rose', commonly known as Canterbury Bells, is a tall and elegant biennial or short-lived perennial that brings a touch of classic beauty to the garden. Known for its striking rose-pink, bell-shaped flowers, this plant is ideal for borders, cottage gardens, and cutting gardens. 'Rose' adds vertical interest and a pop of colour, creating a stunning focal point in any garden setting. The standout feature of Campanula medium 'Rose' is its tall flower spikes adorned with large, bell-shaped blooms. These rose-pink flowers bloom from late spring to early summer, creating a beautiful display that attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies. The elegant spikes rise above the foliage, making it an excellent choice for adding height and drama to garden beds and borders. The flowers are also perfect for cutting, allowing you to bring their beauty indoors. Caring for Campanula medium 'Rose' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Rose' in well-drained, fertile soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can tolerate partial shade. Water regularly to keep the soil evenly moist, especially during dry periods. To encourage continuous blooming and maintain a tidy appearance, deadhead spent flowers. In late autumn, a light mulch can help protect the plant through winter. With its low maintenance needs and stunning rose-pink flowers, Campanula medium 'Rose' is a wonderful addition to any garden, offering tall, elegant blooms and attracting beneficial pollinators throughout its flowering period. Common Name: Canterbury BellsLatin Name: Campanula medium 'Rose'Soil: Well-drained, fertile soilPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Late spring to early summer; rose-pink, bell-shaped flowersHardiness: Hardy biennial/perennialEventual Height/Spread: 60-90 cm height; 30-45 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Tall, elegant flower spikes; excellent for borders and cut flowers

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Campanula persicifolia 'Blue'

Campanula persicifolia 'Blue' - A Graceful and Reliable Perennial Campanula persicifolia 'Blue', commonly known as Peach-Leaved Bellflower, is a graceful and reliable perennial that enhances any garden with its tall spikes of blue, bell-shaped flowers. Perfect for borders, cottage gardens, and cutting gardens, this plant adds vertical interest and a splash of cool colour to garden settings. 'Blue' is known for its long blooming period and elegant appearance, making it a favourite among gardeners. The standout feature of Campanula persicifolia 'Blue' is its slender flower spikes adorned with numerous blue, bell-shaped blooms. These flowers appear from early summer to mid-summer, creating a striking display that attracts pollinators like bees and butterflies. The flowers rise above the narrow, lance-shaped foliage, adding height and a touch of elegance to garden beds and borders. The blooms are also ideal for cutting, allowing you to enjoy their beauty indoors. Caring for Campanula persicifolia 'Blue' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Blue' in well-drained, fertile soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can tolerate partial shade. Water regularly to keep the soil evenly moist, especially during dry periods. To encourage continuous blooming and maintain a tidy appearance, deadhead spent flowers. In late autumn, a light mulch can help protect the plant through winter. With its low maintenance needs and stunning blue flowers, Campanula persicifolia 'Blue' is a fantastic addition to any garden, providing height, colour, and attracting beneficial pollinators throughout the summer. Common Name: Peach-Leaved BellflowerLatin Name: Campanula persicifolia 'Blue'Soil: Well-drained, fertile soilPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Early summer to mid-summer; blue, bell-shaped flowersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 60-90 cm height; 30-45 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Tall, graceful flower spikes; excellent for borders and cut flowers

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Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty'

Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty'

Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty' - A Stunning and Elegant Perennial Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty', commonly known as Peach-Leaved Bellflower, is a stunning and elegant perennial that adds height and grace to any garden. This variety is renowned for its tall spikes of pale blue to white, bell-shaped flowers that bloom from early summer to mid-summer. 'Telham Beauty' is perfect for borders, cottage gardens, and cutting gardens, providing vertical interest and delicate beauty. The standout feature of Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty' is its tall flower spikes covered in numerous bell-shaped blooms. These flowers, in shades ranging from pale blue to white, create a beautiful display that attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies. The blooms rise above the narrow, lance-shaped foliage, adding height and elegance to garden beds and borders. The flowers are also excellent for cutting, allowing you to enjoy their beauty indoors. Caring for Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Telham Beauty' in well-drained, fertile soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can tolerate partial shade. Water regularly to keep the soil evenly moist, especially during dry periods. To encourage continuous blooming and maintain a tidy appearance, deadhead spent flowers. In late autumn, a light mulch can help protect the plant through winter. With its low maintenance needs and elegant pale blue to white flowers, Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty' is a wonderful addition to any garden, offering height, delicate colour, and attracting beneficial pollinators throughout the summer. Common Name: Peach-Leaved BellflowerLatin Name: Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty'Soil: Well-drained, fertile soilPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Early summer to mid-summer; pale blue to white, bell-shaped flowersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 60-90 cm height; 30-45 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Tall, elegant flower spikes; excellent for borders and cut flowers

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Campanula pyramidalis 'Alba'

Campanula pyramidalis 'Alba' - A Majestic and Elegant Perennial Campanula pyramidalis 'Alba', commonly known as Chimney Bellflower, is a majestic and elegant perennial (sometimes biennial) that adds a striking vertical element to any garden. Renowned for its impressive height and stunning white, star-shaped flowers, this plant is perfect for creating a focal point in borders, cottage gardens, and architectural plantings. 'Alba' provides both height and a touch of classic beauty to your garden landscape. The standout feature of Campanula pyramidalis 'Alba' is its towering flower spikes adorned with numerous white, star-shaped blooms. These flowers appear in summer, forming a spectacular display that attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies. The tall, sturdy spikes rise dramatically above the foliage, making 'Alba' an excellent choice for adding height and architectural interest to garden beds and borders. Caring for Campanula pyramidalis 'Alba' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Alba' in well-drained, fertile soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can also thrive in partial shade. Water regularly to keep the soil evenly moist, especially during dry periods. To encourage robust growth and continuous blooming, provide support for the tall flower spikes and deadhead spent flowers. In late autumn, cut back the stems to ground level to prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and towering white flowers, Campanula pyramidalis 'Alba' is a magnificent addition to any garden, offering height, elegant colour, and attracting beneficial pollinators throughout the summer. Common Name: Chimney BellflowerLatin Name: Campanula pyramidalis 'Alba'Soil: Well-drained, fertile soilPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Summer; white, star-shaped flowersHardiness: Hardy perennial/biennialEventual Height/Spread: 150-200 cm height; 50-60 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Tall, dramatic flower spikes; excellent for borders and architectural interest

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Campanula pyramidalis 'Blue'

Campanula pyramidalis 'Blue' - A Majestic and Towering Perennial Campanula pyramidalis 'Blue', commonly known as Chimney Bellflower, is a majestic and towering perennial (sometimes biennial) that brings dramatic vertical interest to any garden. Known for its impressive height and stunning blue, star-shaped flowers, this plant is perfect for creating a focal point in borders, cottage gardens, and architectural plantings. 'Blue' adds both height and vibrant colour to your garden landscape. The standout feature of Campanula pyramidalis 'Blue' is its towering flower spikes covered in a multitude of blue, star-shaped blooms. These flowers appear in summer, forming a striking display that attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies. The tall, sturdy spikes rise dramatically above the foliage, making 'Blue' an excellent choice for adding height and architectural interest to garden beds and borders. Caring for Campanula pyramidalis 'Blue' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant 'Blue' in well-drained, fertile soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, though it can also thrive in partial shade. Water regularly to keep the soil evenly moist, especially during dry periods. To encourage robust growth and continuous blooming, provide support for the tall flower spikes and deadhead spent flowers. In late autumn, cut back the stems to ground level to prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and towering blue flowers, Campanula pyramidalis 'Blue' is a magnificent addition to any garden, offering height, vibrant colour, and attracting beneficial pollinators throughout the summer. Common Name: Chimney BellflowerLatin Name: Campanula pyramidalis 'Blue'Soil: Well-drained, fertile soilPosition: Full sun to partial shadeFlowering Period/Colour: Summer; blue, star-shaped flowersHardiness: Hardy perennial/biennialEventual Height/Spread: 150-200cm height; 50-60cm spreadSpecial Feature: Tall, dramatic flower spikes; excellent for borders and architectural interest

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Catananche caerulea

Catananche caerulea

Catananche caerulea (Blue) - A Delicate and Long-Lasting Perennial Catananche caerulea, commonly known as Cupid’s Dart, is a delicate and long-lasting perennial that brings charming blue to lavender-blue blooms to the garden in summer. Known for its papery, daisy-like flowers, this plant is perfect for borders, cottage gardens, and wildflower meadows. Catananche caerulea adds both beauty and a touch of whimsy to any garden setting. The standout feature of Catananche caerulea is its unique, papery blooms. These blue to lavender-blue flowers appear on slender stems throughout the summer, creating a lovely display that attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies. The blooms are long-lasting and excellent for cutting, making them ideal for fresh bouquets and dried flower arrangements. The grey-green foliage forms a neat clump, providing a soft backdrop for the striking flowers. Caring for Catananche caerulea is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant Cupid’s Dart in well-drained soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, as it thrives best in full sun. This hardy perennial is drought-tolerant once established and requires minimal watering. To encourage continuous blooming, deadhead spent flowers regularly. In late autumn, cut back the stems to ground level to prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and charming blue flowers, Catananche caerulea is a delightful addition to any garden, offering long-lasting beauty and versatility for both fresh and dried floral arrangements. Common Name: Cupid’s DartLatin Name: Catananche caeruleaSoil: Well-drained soil, tolerates poor to moderately fertile soilPosition: Full sunFlowering Period/Colour: Summer; blue to lavender-blue, papery flowersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 60-70 cm height; 30-45 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Long-lasting, papery flowers; excellent for cutting and dried arrangements

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Catananche caerulea 'Alba'

Catananche caerulea 'Alba'

Catananche caerulea 'Alba' - A Delicate and Long-Lasting Perennial Catananche caerulea 'Alba', commonly known as White Cupid’s Dart, is a delicate and long-lasting perennial that brings charming white blooms to the garden in summer. Known for its papery, daisy-like flowers, this plant is perfect for borders, cottage gardens, and wildflower meadows. 'Alba' adds both beauty and a touch of elegance to any garden setting. The standout feature of Catananche caerulea 'Alba' is its unique, papery blooms. These white flowers appear on slender stems throughout the summer, creating a lovely display that attracts pollinators such as bees and butterflies. The blooms are long-lasting and excellent for cutting, making them ideal for fresh bouquets and dried flower arrangements. The grey-green foliage forms a neat clump, providing a soft backdrop for the striking flowers. Caring for Catananche caerulea 'Alba' is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant White Cupid’s Dart in well-drained soil and ensure it receives plenty of sunlight, as it thrives best in full sun. This hardy perennial is drought-tolerant once established and requires minimal watering. To encourage continuous blooming, deadhead spent flowers regularly. In late autumn, cut back the stems to ground level to prepare the plant for winter. With its low maintenance needs and charming white flowers, Catananche caerulea 'Alba' is a delightful addition to any garden, offering long-lasting beauty and versatility for both fresh and dried floral arrangements. Common Name: White Cupid’s DartLatin Name: Catananche caerulea 'Alba'Soil: Well-drained soil, tolerates poor to moderately fertile soilPosition: Full sunFlowering Period/Colour: Summer; white, papery flowersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 60-70 cm height; 30-45 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Long-lasting, papery flowers; excellent for cutting and dried arrangements

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Delosperma cooperi

Delosperma cooperi

Delosperma cooperi - A Vibrant and Resilient Ground Cover Delosperma cooperi, commonly known as Hardy Ice Plant, is a vibrant and resilient perennial that adds a splash of colour to the garden with its stunning magenta-pink flowers. This low-growing, spreading plant is perfect for ground cover, rock gardens, and containers. Delosperma cooperi brings both beauty and durability to various garden settings. The standout feature of Delosperma cooperi is its bright, daisy-like flowers. Blooming profusely from summer through to early autumn, these vibrant magenta-pink flowers create a striking display against the succulent, green foliage. The flowers are known to attract pollinators, such as bees and butterflies, enhancing the ecological health of your garden. The foliage is also noteworthy for its drought-tolerant, fleshy leaves that form a dense mat, providing excellent ground cover. Caring for Delosperma cooperi is straightforward, making it suitable for gardeners of all experience levels. Plant the Hardy Ice Plant in well-drained, sandy or gravelly soil to ensure optimal growth. This sun-loving plant thrives in full sunlight and requires minimal watering once established, thanks to its drought-tolerant nature. To maintain its appearance and encourage continued blooming, remove spent flowers regularly. In late autumn, ensure the plant has good drainage to protect it from winter wetness. With its low maintenance needs, striking flowers, and tough nature, Delosperma cooperi is a fantastic addition to any garden, offering long-lasting colour and effective ground cover. Common Name: Hardy Ice PlantLatin Name: Delosperma cooperiSoil: Well-drained, sandy or gravelly soilPosition: Full sunFlowering Period/Colour: Summer; vibrant magenta-pink flowersHardiness: Hardy perennialEventual Height/Spread: 10-15 cm height; 30-60 cm spreadSpecial Feature: Drought-tolerant; excellent ground cover and for rock gardens

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