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.
20 cms. Summer dormant in the garden. Soft crumply oval leaves, scalloped and stalked that bear pure white flowers in spring. Part shade.
To 60 cms in height. Unusual flowers that are a group of tightly packed florets that are backed by petal-like bracts. This makes the flowers look much like a star or a firework. Sun/part shade. Clump forming, hardy perennial. Could include pink shades or pink/green/white. Winter dormant.
White blooms speckled with violet in spring. Tolerates sun in the south, suitable for part/full shade. Self seeds. Leaves and flowers edible. Winter dormant.
Masses of pretty, lilac-blue flowers spring to summer. Compact and suits rockery, ideal as edging, useful for pots/hanging baskets. Sun.