This Primula sieboldii has the most goreous silvery pink flowers in spring. Soft, crurmply, scalloped leaves. Partial shade. Summer dormant.
Height to about 40 cms. Evergreen. Large white flowers with a green eye. Leathery type foliage. Good drainage essential. Suitable for under Rhododendrons or deciduous trees.
(Bluebells of Scotland). Height to 25 cms. Graceful, nodding, mauve-purple bells in early summer. Ideal for edging, containers and rock gardens. Sun. Winter dormant.
An unanmed Salvia but think it is Salvia jamensis - a good red colour. Height 70 cms. Sun. Good drainage.
To 70 cms. Purple red flowers in summer - very long flowering. Highly fragrant, attracts bees. Sun and good drainage.