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  • Genus: Achillea
  • Species:
  • Name: 'Summerwine'
  • Common Name: Yarrow
  • Family: Compositae
  • Category: Perennials
  • Price: £5.00
  • Difficult Spots: Good for insects, Well drained soil, full sun,

Hardy clump forming perennial with feathery leaves and deep clear wine red flowers makes a winning combination in June to August. Reaches about 80cm (32 inches). Likes a sunny site in ordinary to well drained soils.

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  • Genus: Achillea
  • Species: millefolium
  • Name: 'Sammetriese'
  • Common Name: Yarrow
  • Family: Compositae
  • Category: Perennials
  • Price: £5.00
  • Difficult Spots: Good for insects, Well drained soil, full sun,

Hardy clump forming perennial with lots of bright flowers fading to shades of rose pink. Flowers in June to September. A good cottage garden perennial reaching 60-80cm (24-32 inches). Likes sun & ordinary to well drained soils, frost hardy, easy. Good for insects.

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  • Genus: Aconitum
  • Species: carmichaelii var. truppelianum
  • Name: 'Barkers Variety'
  • Common Name: Monkshood
  • Family: Ranunculaceae
  • Category: Perennials
  • Price: £5.00
  • Difficult Spots: Good cut flower, Perennial taller than 4 feet,

A hardy deciduous perennial producing tall spikes of hooded soft blue flowers up to 1.5m (5 feet) high in July-August. Ordinary garden soil, sun or light shade. Can be used as cut flower. All parts are highly toxic if eaten, sap may irritate skin.

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  • Genus: Aconitum
  • Species: japonicum ssp. napiforme
  • Name: B&SWJ 943
  • Common Name: Monkshood
  • Family: Ranunculaceae
  • Category: Perennials
  • Price: £5.00
  • Difficult Spots:

Hardy clump forming plant with green feathery foliage and clusters of mid lilac blue hooded flowers at the top of each stem. Reaches 50cm (20 inches). Ordinary to moist soils. All parts are highly toxic if eaten, sap may irritate skin.

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  • Genus: Acorus
  • Species: gramineus
  • Name: 'Ogon'
  • Common Name:
  • Family: Araceae
  • Category: Grasses and sedges
  • Price: £6.00
  • Difficult Spots: Damp soil, Damp shade,

Hardy grass-like aquatic perennial with glossy cream and pale green variegated leaves. Prefers wet to damp soil in sun or shade. Excellent for hiding the liner on edges of ponds. Reaches 30cm (12 inches).