Epimedium x versicolor 'Sulphureum' - Low morbidity. Also available in pink. Evergreen foliage.  Good shady doer.

Perennial reference for Epimedium plants (barrenwort) including descriptions and cultural information.

Cenolophium denudatum:  Baltic parsley, frothy white umbels of flowers above semi-evergreen frond foliage

Cenolophium denudatum: Baltic parsley, frothy white umbels of flowers above semi-evergreen frond foliage

Sarcococca confusa: winter box, fragrant flowers from December to March, glossy dark evergreen foliage

Sweetly scented, pure white flowers December to March, great for full shade. Sarcocca Confusa, Sweet Box - likes deep shade. Can grow up to a meter tall!

Thalictrum 'Elin': Glaucous leaves, fine tall stems with bobbles of lilac flowers that open with long cream stamens.

n spring leaves of this handsome plant are blue-grey and tinged with red. They loose the red by the time tall stems with open sprays of lilac flowers and long, cream stamens emerge.

Salvia × sylvestris 'Mainacht' - we should combine some spires with your roses. This salvia is happy with some shade.

Salvia × sylvestris 'Mainacht' It flourishes in sun or dappled shade where the bright flowers help to liven up any plant scheme.

Hesperis matronalis: sweet rocket, lovely scent and good white flowers

Hesperis Plant - White: Commonly known as 'Sweet Rocket' this beautiful and easy-to-grow plant, will bring a cottage garden feel to borders. The clusters of strongly scented flowers are a j… - Dobies

Aster divariticus: Masses of white, daisy-like flowers with brownish yellow centres in loose clusters from June to October. This white wood aster, originally from North America, was a favourite of Gertrude Jekyll's.

Aster divariticus: Masses of white, daisy-like flowers with brownish yellow centres in loose clusters from June to October. A white wood aster from North America.

Nepeta racemosa 'Walker's Low' Deep violet to lilac-blue summer flowers and aromatic mid-green leaves. This violet-lilac catmint makes excellent, long-flowering, groundcover for a sunny border. Clipped back after the first flush in June, it flowers through to early autumn. Useful as an informal, scented edge for paths as, when trodden on, the foliage releases a pleasant aroma.

Nepeta racemosa 'Walkers Low' Long flowering period June- Sept deep violet to lilac blue

Pinterest
Search