30 seeds. To 1 metre. Erect, elegant spikes bear dense white flowers studded with purple and orange 'eyes'. Sun or light shade. Cut spent spikes and new ones will be produced. Rich green leaves form a nice rosette.
To 20 cms. Flowers July to early August at about the same time as snowdrops. Ideal for lightly wooded or shrubby area, not under evergreens. Humous rich soil that is moist from winter to early spring. Take care when planting as its hard to tell top from bottom. Dormant autumn to early winter.
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.
20 cms. White, 6 petalled, star-like flowers with yellow centres spring/summer. Sun. Rockery or edging, front of border.
Height to 50 cms. Semi-double flowers mid-spring to summer. Masses of yellow to apricot blooms. Tidy, clump forming. Sun or part shade and well-drained soil.