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Perennials

Herbaceous perennials die back in winter & re-grow in spring; evergreen perennials remain in leaf all year round. Buy perennials online direct from our Hampshire nursery.

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    SORRY CURRENTLY SOLD OUT. 2 litre coming soon. A stunning modern take on that old favourite of the Romans, Acanthus Mollis or Bear’s Breeches. The glossy dark green leaves of Whitewater are splashed with creamy white, and tall stiff spikes of pink and cream flowers rise up impressively in summer. As magnificent as a Palladian mansion but less expensive to...

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  • An absolutely stunning variety of this clump-forming perennial with striking divided black leaves (they start out green but change colour as they develop). In late summer Black Negligee is topped by arching spikes of pure white scented flowers. Great name, too. Prefers some shade. Moist soil. To 3 ft. 2 litre pot.

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    READY SOON. A compact variety of this campanula relative which will flourish its spires of light violet dangling bell-shaped flowers from early summer until the autumn, given a bit of dead heading along the way. Fairly new and very pretty indeed.  Sun or semi-shade. Any reasonable soil. 18 to 24 in. 1 litre pot.

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    CURRENTLY SOLD OUT. Introduced at Chelsea in 2012, Golden Drop is a seductively charming  dwarf agapanthus which forms a mound of evergreen variegated foliage with each strappy leaf sporting golden yellow edges. In summer short but sturdy stems support rounded umbels of sky blue flowers. An engaging little character suitable for front of border or for...

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    READY LATER IN THE SEASON. A splendid new variety of the plant known as the lily of the Nile which forms the usual large clump of strappy leaves from which rise tall sturdy stems carrying rounded flowerheads made up of myriad purple buds. When these burst open the florets have white petals with a central violet stripe offering a stunning two-tone effect....

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    READY LATER IN THE SEASON. This splendid agapanthus is also known as Navy Blue, which rather gives away the intense dark colour of the large flowerheads which are held on erect stems over the strappy foliage in mid to late summer. One of the very best and very hardy. Full sun. Moist but well drained soil. 36 in. 2 litre pot.

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  • CURRENT AVAILABILITY 9cm POT (£5) - 2 litre coming soon. What sets Twister apart from other bicolour types of agapanthus that have appeared recently is that it is properly winter hardy; the substantial clump of strappy green leaves will die back or remain semi-evergreen depending on conditions. In mid to late summer sturdy stems arise topped by large...

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    READY SOON. We like agastaches for their highly aromatic leaves and long flowering period. Red Fortune is a bushy upright plant with spikes of deep reddish pink flowers from midsummer through to the frosts. Best in full sun. Any well drained soil. Relatively compact at 2 feet. 1 litre pot.

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    READY LATER IN THE SEASON.An attractive compact version of agave, aka the century plant, that will suit a nice pot, though it is pretty hardy and can be grown outdoors in the southern counties. Cream Spike forms a rosette of sturdy blue green leaves with creamy edging, sometimes tinged pink. Warm sunny spot. Well drained soil. 6 in. 2 litre decorative pot.

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  • A splendidly gothic variey of bugle, with glossy rounded leaves that are deepest inky purple, pretty much as close to black as you can get, and, in spring and into summer, short spikes of deep blue flowers that form a nice contrast against the foliage. Vigorous. Sun or semi-shade. Any reasonable soil. 6 in. 1 litre pot.

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    READY LATER IN THE SEASON. Torch plant is the common name for this hardy aloe, and you will see why when, in late summer, the tubular orangey red flowers dangle on wiry stems above the rosette of white spotted succulent leaves. Spreads by forming new rosettes. Syn. Aloe Ellenbergeri and also sometimes called the bearded aloe. A little hipster, perhaps....

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  • An aloe used to the dry heat of South Africa, the handsome Cosmo will ask little of you other than an occasional drop to drink. Forms an elegant rosette of white-dotted succulent leaves and sports a spike of orangey red flowers, often in the winter months. Fairly hardy but best to keep indoors, at least in winter. Sunny or well lit position. Well drained...

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  • The parent species, Amsonia Tabernaemontana, is a native of the United States all too rarely seen over here: Blue Ice is an eye-catching plant with erect stems clothed in dark green willowy leaves and, in early summer, clouds of starry blue flowers. It puts on a second star turn in the autumn when the foliage colours golden yellow. Sun or semi-shade. Any...

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    READY SOON. The name Loddon Royalist makes this plant sound a sturdy and dependable fellow, and so he is - a solid base of elliptical dark green rather hairy  leaves and branching flowering spikes bearing  clusters of intense blue flowers, not especially large in themselves but creating quite an impact. Will happily stand to attention in your border. Sun...

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    READY SOON. Late-flowering Japanese anemones bring a welcome dose of fresh colour to late summer and autumn with their delicate cup-shaped flowers. Andrea Atkinson forms a strong upright bushy plant and sports a profusion of beautiful single pure white blooms. Sun or semi-shade. Any reasonable soil. 2 ½ to 3 ft. 2 litre pot.

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    READY SOON. Late-flowering Japanese anemones bring welcome fresh colour to late summer and autumn with their delicate cup-shaped flowers.  Rotkäppchen (or Red Riding Hood, as you may know her) has semi-double dark rosy pink flowers, probably the deepest of any anemone, on a compact plant. Sun or semi-shade. Any reasonable soil. 18 in. 2 litre pot.

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  • CURRENT AVAILABILITY 9cm POT - 2 litre coming soon. See it and fall in love. Yes, it’s that good. Angelica Ebony forms a sturdy plant with glossy, finely-cut, virtually black foliage that has real presence. Add to that the sprays of fluffy pink flowers that emerge from purple buds in summer and ... enough said. Amazing. Best in some shade. Any reasonable...

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  • Bring a touch of the seaside to your garden with this interesting variety of sea thrift. Blackish purple grassy leaves form a little evergreen mound from which rise wiry stems bearing magenta pink pompom flowers from late spring onwards. Sunny spot. Well drained soil. 8 in. 1 litre pot.

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  • READY SOON. Or goatsbeard, if you were wondering. This is a hard to find variety which is ideal for the smaller garden, due to its relatively compact size. It has very striking maidenhair-like foliage, much finer than the more commonly seen types of Aruncus, and creamy white plumes of flowers from early summer. Distinctive. Sun or semi-shade. Any...

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    READY LATER IN THE SEASON.This North American native answers to the common name of butterfly weed - and it lives up to it too, as butterflies and other flying insects are attracted by the clusters of shocking orange flowers held on tall upright stems over a long period from summer into autumn. Full sun. Any reasonable soil, including dry ones. 36 in. 2...

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    READY LATER IN THE SEASON. Astelias are architectural or feature plants with their dramatic evergreen sword-like leaves; those of Silver Shadow have a very striking silvery tinge - in fact, it's the best silver form yet and a good vigorous one, to boot, so will eventually form a spectacular clump. Stylish in a patio pot. Sheltered sunny spot. Fertile well...

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    READY SOON. Why would you name a plant after a style of coffee? Well, the spectactular feathery plumes of white flowers are the froth on top of the lacy reddish brown foliage which does a pretty good job of impersonating the coffee. See? Sun or semi-shade. Moist soil. 24 in. 2 litre pot.

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    READY SOON. Boasting the darkest leaves of any astilbe bar none, Chocolate Shogun lives up to its name, at least in part, in terms of the deep colouration of its lacy foliage, which lasts through the growing season. In summer this provides a lovely backdrop to the feathery pink flower plumes that rise above it. Introduced a few years ago now, but still...

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    READY SOON. The name rather gives away what is special about this plant: Astilbe Color Flash Lime has foliage that emerges brilliant yellow in early spring and matures to lime green by mid-season, making it an arresting sight even before the fluffy plumes of candyfloss pink flowers appear in the summer months. A stunner in the border or in a pot. Sun or...

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