35 to 60 cms. Upright, clump forming compact perennial. Flowers late spring to early autumn. Sun, well drained soil. Drought resistant once established. Attracts butterflies and bees. Spikes of deep purple flowers. Winter dormant.
A dwarf, showy species related to Scilla verna but far more vigorous with about 25 attractive 1cm flowers, each with a single bract, crowded into a spike above the narrow, inconspicuous leaves. Most well-drained garden soils which are suitable for bulbs and grows well here outside in a sunny raised bed. Winter dormant.
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.
5 pieces of Coreopsis verticillata 'Moonbeam. Best sent in autumn or winter. Height to 50 cms. Soft yellow daisy-like flowers summer to autumn. Sun. Dormant with first frosts.
Height to 60 cms. Very pretty dark pink flowers over divided foliage. Sun or part shade. Tolerates drier conditions. Attracts bees and butterflies. Winter dormant.