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White Monkshood. Hooded white flower. Fairly short, early-blooming, poisonous 36"
Misty grey leaves. Clusters of fluffy white flowers are followed by clusters of shiny white berries, each with a black dot (hence "Dolls Eyes"). Berries are poisonous but very long-lasting and attractive, each one on a little red stem. Likes some shade and moisture 30" (5 seeds)
Clusters of small white flowers over divided leaves, followed by shiny black poisonous berries in autumn. Likes some shade and moisture 24"
Most beautiful Japanese Anemone I know, originally wild collected. Pure white very round flower with purple-flushed reverse. Blooms Sept, not invasive 36"
Small deep red flowers over finely divided foliage. Hardy, sun or light shade. Most will have red flowers 12"
Elegant white flowers with blue reverse. Hardy. 18" (10 seeds)
Elegant white flowers with blue reverse spray out from 12" stem 20" (15 seeds)
Waxy nodding lilac-white flowers on slender dark stems in spring. Graceful, shade-loving, not too dry or too windy 30" (10 seeds)
Big pale green rounded flowerheads on stout 6ft stems. Fragrant fine cut leaves. Stem can be candied 6ft
Amazing deep purple domed flower heads, statuesque purple stems and leaf sheaths. Architectural biennial 5ft
Slender stems of dainty white stars in June. Narrow leaves. Hardy, likes sun and drainage 30" Give cold period.
Fine yellow umbels on fine branched stems, sparse narrow leaves, sickle-shaped, hence the name. Airy. Hardy, self sows, likes sun and drainage 15"
Fine yellow umbels on fine branched stems, sparse narrow sickleshaped leaves (hence the name). Airy. Hardy, self sows, likes sun and drainage 30"
The flower arranger's favourite. Fast-growing evergreen shrub with shiny leaves and small yellow flowers 5-6ft.
Up to 20 big purple-throated fragrant white lilies on stout dark 6ft stem. 6 years to flower! Protect from slugs 6ft
White umbels above fine dark green foliage. Hardy perennial 36"
Purple-black maple-like leaves, tiny pale flowers. Self sows 18"
Graham Stuart Thomas's selection. Wonderful lacy green-edged white leaves, blue flowers on purple stems. Likes sun & drainage. Cull plainer leaves 10"
Larger, more silvery MISS WILMOTT'S GHOST, biennial Sea Holly. Pale silver leaves & flowers in large bracts. Likes sun & drainage, sows itself 36"
Hardy floriferous strong-growing Lupin with pointed spikes of blue, pink or white flowers 36"
Big bright lime-green divided leaves look tropical. Young leaves flushed bronze. Woody stem striped horizontally. Monocarpic. After a few years 6-8ft tall, and then produces a 2ft wide umbel of pink flowers. Borderline hardy but stunning
Fine foliage, tiny white flowers in early summer. Hardy perennial, likes sun 18"
Slender elegant spikes of greenish white stars, edible young shoots, likes shade. Rare British native, common near Bath, self sows 30"
Light pink fragrant flowers. Silvery leaves flushed red below with red stems. Sun or afternoon shade. Good drainage. Hardy for me, but may appreciate a sheltered position 15" (3 seeds)
Beautiful fine curling foliage. Glowing pale yellow umbels high above the leaves, followed by glowing yellow seedheads. Rare British native. 15" in leaf, 40" in flower
Tall handsome umbel with bluish cut leaves in distinct layers on stout purple-flushed 6-8ft stems. Flat lime green flowerheads. Sow fresh seed in autumn and overwinter outside.
Whorled Solomon’s Seal. Narrow leaves in whorls, small greeny-white pendant flowers, bright red fruits 20”
Big metallic dark purple leaves. Red/purple flowers and seedpods. Fast-growing annual, likes sun 7ft. Poisonous (3 seeds)
(Plantfinder says this is synonym of S tenuifolium, but it is certainly a different variety if not a different species) Stately umbel, very attractive, even finer, foliage, big white lacy platters of tiny flowers Sept, sun or shade 4ft
Stiff intricate grey foliage topped by dense white umbels flushed pink at first. Hardy biennial, likes sun and drainage 30"