To 1.5m. Handsome, attractively bronze tinted leaves and small star-shaped bright pink flowers in large conical panicles in summer. Suits near ponds in sun/semi shade. Moisture loving and clump forming. Winter dormant.
To over 2 metres. Flowers are up to 10 cms across with cone-shaped, greenish-yellow centres and back-tilted, golden-yellow rays. Late summer to autumn flowering. Sun or part shade. Moist well-drained soil. Impressive for back of border. Winter dormant.
Younger but choice woodland plants to 55 cms. Divided, ferny foliage. Slender, elegant spikes bear nodding, opalescent flowers that are white with ametheyst/violet. Humus-rich, semi-shaded, moist but well drained soil. Winter dormant.
To 45 cms in height. Low maintenance with long lasting sprays of bright blue flowers. Although it is a slow grower, the green leaved species will eventually spread by creeping rhizomes and self-seeding to form a thick and nice ground cover. Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in part shade. Prefers consistently moist, organically rich soild in shady areas. Winter dormant.
(Burning Bush). Plants are 2 years old. Mature plants are up to 90 cms in height. Purple-mauve flowers with darker veins early summer, highly fragrant lemon scented leaves. A beautiful plant when in flower and a favourite of mine. Lovely as specimen plant where you can brush past it. Usually take 4 years to flower. Winter dormant.