Beautiful double pink flowers. Height to 1.2 metres. Full sun, good drainage. These all have 1+ eyes or buds.
To 20 cms. Forms a low tuft or mound of grey-green leaves, bearing balls of violet-blue flowers for weeks on end that look similar to a Scabious or Pincushion Flower. Prefers an acidic, well drained soil. Excellent in a rock garden but suitable for a border or edging a pathway. Remove faded flowers to promote more buds to form. Sun to part shade.
(Burning Bush). Year 2 plants. To 90 cms. Highly fragrant, white, 5-petalled flowers in early summer. These may take up to 4 years to flower. They and the unripe fruit, produce an aromatic, volatile oil which may be ignited in hot weather. Sun. Rare, specimen plant and not seen in garden centres. Best planted in permanent postion where you can brush past this. Winter dormant.
An unanmed Salvia but think it is Salvia jamensis - a good red colour. Height 70 cms. Sun. Good drainage.
20cm. Dwarf with dainty purplish/wine blooms with contrasting soft-lemon corolla. Lovely. Winter dormant.