Large white daisy-like flowers summer to autumn. Prominent, coppery-green, central cones surrounded by large white ray petals that are up to 10 cms long. Sun. Winter dormant.
1.2 metre stems of pretty foliage topped with a myriad of small pure white flowers with prominent stamens, creating a cloud-like effect. Sun or semi-shade, rich soil. Moisture in summer. Winter dormant.
(Purple Coneflower). To 1 metre. Beautiful rose pink ray petals with a coppery brown, spiky central cone. Petals are held horizontally. Large vibrant daisy-like flowers summer to autumn. Attracts butterflies and insects. Sun. Winter dormant.
To 1 metre. Rare specimen plant. The bold, divided leaves often take on a bronze caste when they first emerge in spring. Large airy plumes of creamy to deep-pink flowers appear in early to mid-summer, and these are useful for cutting or even drying. With its bold, divided leaves this forms an exotic-looking clump that ads a unique foliage accent to amy moist border. Plants prefer a moist, dappled shade setting, but will grow in full sun at the waterside. Useful as a bold, architectural specimen plant. Water during dry weather. 1 litre pots - winter dormant.
To 20 cms. Flowers July to early August at about the same time as snowdrops. Ideal for lightly wooded or shrubby area, not under evergreens. Humous rich soil that is moist from winter to early spring. Take care when planting as its hard to tell top from bottom. Dormant autumn to early winter.