Mat-forming, sun-loving plant noted for its creeping habit and white flowers in spring. Suits rockery, over a wall or edging or along garden path
Height to about 50 cms. Fat, fluffy spires of a brilliant pink. Early flowering variety. Semi-shade, moist soil. Winter dormant.
(Meadow Rue). To 1.3 metres. Sun to part shade.Lovely fern-like foliage and pretty lavender flowers with yellow anthers in summer. Upright form of growth but airier and less bushy than other varieties. Best staked. Winter dormant.
Rare. Abundant lavender pink hooded flowers on dark burgundy stems from late spring to summer. Specimen plant. Sun and well drained soil with medium moisture. Tolerates some drought. Attractive to bees and butterflies.
To 45 cms. Compact and late flowering with large, fluffy, cornflower-like blue flowers late summer to autumn. Sun. Suits moist, sandy but well-drained soil, good drought tolerance. Not too wet in winter. Remove spent flowering stems to encourage additional blooms. Rock garden, front of border, cottage garden. Winter dormant.