To 60 cms in height. Beautiful with lavender blue flowers spring/summer and sometimes in autumn. Clump forming with slender stems. 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.
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.
Lovely unusual spikey ball-shaped clusters of deep blue flowers. Suits rockery. Winter dormant.
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.