To 25 cms. Hanging creamy white bells, attractive green and white striped variegated leaves. Shade. Ground cover for woodland. Winter dormant.
To 40 cms. Upright slender, long spurred, tubular blue flowers with whitish throats late spring to early summer. May be summer dormant, then autumn flowering. Rhizomatous ground cover for shade. Winter dormant.
To 1.2 metres. Hooded purply-blue flowers on very erect stems late november to mid-summer. Unusually early for Aconitum. Great for back of border - best staked. Part shade, moist soi. Winter dormant.
(Burning Bush). Year 2 plants. To 90 cms. Highly fragrant, white, 5-petalled flowers in early summer. These may take up to 4 years to flower. They and the unripe fruit, produce an aromatic, volatile oil which may be ignited in hot weather. Sun. Rare, specimen plant and not seen in garden centres. Best planted in permanent postion where you can brush past this. Winter dormant.
To 15 cms. Rich velvety red, beautiful colour. Spring to early summer flowrering. Part shade.