Height to 75 cms. Low clump of coarse green leaves, with branching stems. Scarlet-red, semi-double blloms late spring to late summer. Removing spent flowers regularly will encourage new flowers. Excellent cut flower. Sun or light shade.
(Cranesbill) - Height to 60 cms. The pale pink flowers are netted and veined in magenta. The petals are notched. Attractive for sunny border. Cut back hard after flowering and you will get a second flush of flowers and possible a third. Winter dormant.
A superior variety. To 80 cms. Forms a compact mould. Long stems bear large, frilly white blooms summer to autumn, that are ideal for picking. Sun or part shade. Lovely, popular border perennial.
To 75 cms. Lance-shaped leaves and panicles of pretty, fragrant, white flowers with a pink blush, in summer and autumn. Moist but free draining soil in sun or light shade. Some winter dormancy.
(Mystic Bells). 60 cms. A pretty and popular clump forming ground cover for a sunny area. A constant abundance of gorgeous large mid blue flowers over many weeks from late spring to autumn. A light trim encourages new flushes of flowers. Winter dormant.