Aegopodium podagraria variegata 9cm
Variegated Ground elder. Good ground covering plant (perhaps a bit too good!) If you are wary of letting this loose in the garden do not dismiss it as is quite happy in a pot and very effective and striking in a semi shade to shade spot.
Aralia kansuensis - BWJ7650 3lt
One of the smaller members of this family but still able to achieve heights up to 1m. Wonderful small textured pinnate leaves on cluster of stems arising from the centre of this clumping perennial.
Blupleurum longifolium 3lt
Fabulous perennial from Central Europe with dark green spatula shape leaves at the base. Flowers spikes up to 45cm tall with clusters of bracty flowers of greeny copper colours which make an excellent cut flower
Cardiocrinum giganteum 2lt
Also known as the giant Himalayan lily this bulbous perennial has lovely large heart shaped leaves at the base from which a tall flower spike up to 2.5m emerges late Spring of scented white flowers.
Clematis heracifolia Cassandra 2lt
Herbaceous non climbing Clematis with attractive foliage in tall stiff branching stems. Makes an increasing clump over time. Small attractive blue flowers late Summer.
Crambe maritima 3lt
A large perennial with grey green curly edged foliage which is purple when firdt emerging in Spring. Tall branching flowering stems in Summer covered in a froth of tiny cream flowers.
Crambe maritima Lilywhite 3lt
Not quite as dark new foliage as straight C maritima but still that almost succulent crinkly foliage. Same impressive tall flowering spike with multitude of white flowers /
Crambe orientalis 3lt
No one should be without one of the members of this amazing group of plants in the herbaceous border. Hairy long irregular shaped leaves on dark petioles. Multi heading flower spike (up to 2m) in Summers with tiny cream flowers giving a cloud like appearance from a distance and bringing in lots of nectar loving insects.
Darmera peltata 3lt
A plant that likes its feet damp and thrives in marginal conditions. Tall flowers pikes with domed heads of fragrant white to pink flowers in late Winter early Spring before the foliage emerges.
Disporum viridescens BSWJ 4598 2lt
Definitely a highly desirable plant with erect single stems with alternate leaves running the length of them. Lovely creamy green delicate clusters at the terminal ends which then form dark fruits.