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.
Rare beauty. To 60 cms when in flower. Large, fragrant, flared, pale yellow bell-shaped flowers above dense rosettes of crinkled and toothed leaves. Rare species, almost as large as the Giant Himalayan Cowslip. Lovely for under rhododendrons. Winter dormant.
To 45 cms. Evergreen, resembling a Solomon’s Seal, but with snakes-skin patterns on the stem. Dark green foliage. Pendulous lemon-scented, pale greenish-yellow flowers early summer. Ground cover. Semi-shade, moist and well drained soil.
Popular variety. Clumps of handsome dark green foliage, which colours well in autumn. The flowers are rich violet-blue, heavily veined on 60 cm stalks in midsummer. Sun/part shade. Clump forming hardy perennial. Winter dormant.
Large white daisy-like flowers summer to autumn. Prominent, coppery-green, central cones surrounded by large white ray petals that are up to 10 cms long. Sun. Winter dormant.