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Salvia forskaolli For Sale

Lilac blue, hooded flowers, typical of a salvia, are born profusely for a long period in summer on a vigorous herbaceous plant, to 1m in rich soil. Easier, and hardier, than many other herbaceous salvias.

Salvia transylvanica For Sale

Whorls of deep violet flowers on ranging stems (that may need the support of other plants) are produced over a long period in summer and sometimes into the Autumn, by this underused, tough and hardy herbaceous perennial. Upto 1m, but usually less.

Greater burnet

Sanguisorba officinalis
Greater burnet

Tight "drumsticks" of deep red or maroon flowers are borne on stiff stems up to 1m in summer; herbaceous perennial well-suited to naturalistic planting schemes, combining well with grasses.

Christmas Box

Sarcococca confusa
Christmas Box

Small to medium-sized shrub with glossy green tapering leaves, bearing highly fragrant white flowers in late winter, some time after Christmas despite the name; plant in shade near a well-used doorway for its cheering heady scent in the depths of winter.

Pheasant's tail grass

Stipa arundinacea
Pheasant's tail grass

Clum-forming upright evergreen grass turing reddy brown in winter and bearing massess of airy flower panicles of purplish-green. Will self-seed.

Stipa calamagrostis

Mounds of blue-green leaves produce feathery panicles of buff to purple flowers on lax stems that persist into winter as silvery outlines.

 


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