Rich cobalt blue flowers with a 'touch of snow' on 10 to 15 cm stems in spring. Plant in groups. Sun.
RARE. NEVER ENOUGH OF THIS ONE. (Umbrealla Leaff). Hardy perennial growing to 70 cms. Suitable for: light (sandy) and medium (loamy) soils. Suitable pH: acid, neutral and basic (alkaline) soils. It can grow in semi-shade (light woodland). It prefers moist soil..Suits Woodland Garden Dappled Shade; Shady Edge. Prefers a moist humus-rich soil and semi-shade, growing well in a woodland garden. The leaves are very large and can be up to 60cm across. Small white flowers. Small dark berries are produced in autumn. Winter dormant.
Height to 15 cms. Showy, star-shaped, pale blue flowers August. Sun/light shade. Good drainage. Suits woodland in or around shrubs, wild or naturalised areas, rockery, edging, cottage gardens. Summer dormant.
(Toad Lily). Unique and easy, hardy perennial for shady areas. Leafy, arching stems produce a fall display of bizarre star-shaped flowers in autumn, excellent for cutting. Soft lavender-pink flowers, heavily spotted in rose-purple. Variegated leaves. Winter dormant.
To 40 cms. Lovely variety with sprays of pure white flowers. Once established, great groundcover for dry shade. Suits moist soil also.