(Cranesbill). To 40 cms. Masses of pink flowers over many months. Deeply dissected leaves that have a spicy fragrance when crushed. Leaves turn red during dry weather. Herbal uses. Sun or woodland edging. May growin crevices. Winter dormant.
Perennial Poppy. To 70 cms. Really large, salmon pink flowers late spring/early sumer-very stunning. A light flowering usually in autumn. Clump forming, ground cover. Sun. Easy to grow. Winter dormant.
(Painted Daisy). To 90 cms. Pink, single daisy flowers late spring/summer. Finely-cut, somewhat ferny foliage in a mound. Sun/semi-shade. Cut flowers last well. Cottage garden, mixed border. Dormant in winter.
(Bishop's hat). To 30 cms. Lots of pretty pink flowers and attractive foliage which may take on autumn tonings later in the season. Great slow growing ground cover and perfect for under trees in partial or dense shade. Suits dry soil, shallow or rocky soil and drought conditions.
1.2 metre stems of pretty foliage topped with a myriad of small white flowers with prominent stamens, creating a cloud like effect. Has a lavender/white appearance. Sun or semi shade, rich soil. Moisture in summer. Winter dormant.