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Perennials

Perennials are the flower providers in your garden. For little work, you will be rewarded with year after year colour. Planted together they will provide you with a colourful mixed border, which will peak in colour in Spring and Summer. With clever planting and planning some colour can continue throughout the year. Perennials can also be grown and planted in containers for your patios and decking, as fillers between shrubs or as ground-cover under trees.

Our Perennials

Acanthus

Achillea

Actaea

Agapanthus

Ajuga

Alcea

Alchemilla

Allium

Alstroemeria

Anemone

Aquilegia

Aster

Astilbe

Astrantia

Aubrieta

Bergenia

Brunnera

Camassia

Campanula

Canna

Cirsium

Coreopsis

Crocosmia

Dahlia

Delphinium

Dianthus

Dicentra

Digitalis

Echinacea

Ensete

Erigeron

Eryngium

Eucomis

Euphorbia

Gaillardia

Gaura

Geum

Hardy Fuchsia

Helleborus Gold Collection®

Hemerocallis

Heuchera

Heucherella

Hosta

Knautia

Leucanthemum

Liatris

Lupin

Nepeta

Papaver

Penstemon

Peony

Phlox

Plant Collections

Polemonium

Pulmonaria

Rhodanthemum

Rudbeckia

Salvia

Scabiosa

Senecio

Thalictrum

Tiarella

Trollius

Verbascum

Verbena

Veronica

Zantedeschia

Perennials are an easy way to add life to your landscape and beauty to your garden. There are many types of perennial plants, some are easy to grow, and some are a little more challenging. If you are looking to add a little bit of greenery to your home, or even to create a stunning focal point, then you should consider adding perennial plants to your landscaping.

What are Perennials?

They are plants that come back year after year. They are great for adding height and interest to a garden, landscaping or even a walkway. They come in many different shapes and sizes and can be used to make a statement in the garden, add colour or create a focal point. They can be planted close together or widely spaced depending on the effect you are looking for. They also come in many different colours and textures.

There are many different types of perennials, from bulbs to vines to shrubs, and can be used to add colour, texture or height to your landscape. They are an easy way to add life to your landscape and beauty to your garden.

What conditions do Perennials like?

There are plants that can be planted in direct sunlight, shady areas, or areas with a little bit of shade. There are plants that prefer well-drained soil, and others that can handle a little bit of wet soil.

There are plants that like their soil to be in the cooler temperatures of spring, or the warmer temperatures of summer, and there are plants that like their soil to be at a certain temperature in winter. There are plants that like full sun, and some that like some light shade.

There are plants that like their soil to be in the acidic range, or the basic range, or anywhere in between. There are plants that like their soil to be on the heavier side, or on the lighter side, or anywhere in between.

Top tips for growing perennials

Top tips for growing perennials Creating a colourful mixed border with planted perennials is a fun and easy way to add colour throughout the year. You can prolong the colour with clever planting and planning.

You can create a mixed border that changes throughout the year or one that stays consistently colourful throughout the season. With a little planning and attention to detail, you can create a mixed border that is perfect for any season.

By planting different shades of flowers together, you can create stunning colour accents throughout the season. Mixed borders also offer a great way to experiment with new plants and find your favourites. With a little experimentation, you can create a colourful mixed border that is perfect for any season.

What should I look for in a Perennial Plant?

What should I look for in a Perennial Plant? There are so many different options available when it comes to choosing the perfect perennial for your home, and you can even find specific plants that are known to work well in certain environments. You can find plants that are known to attract pollinators, or that are especially hardy in cooler climates.

There are also plants that are perfect for adding beauty to your landscaping, or that can help purify the air in your home. There are so many different benefits that come along with adding perennial plants to your landscaping, and they are definitely worth considering.

When choosing the right plants for your landscape, consider climate, soil, and irrigation requirements, and choose plants that are native or adapted to your area. There are many different types of flowering plants, but one of the best is the flowering vine.

Depending on the variety, flowering vines can be used for a variety of purposes, such as climbing, screening, privacy, or as an accent in your garden. Many flowering vines come in different colours and hues, which can make a great addition to your garden.

Many perennial plants have flowers that bloom continuously throughout the year and can provide a long-lasting look to your garden.

These types of plants can be used in a variety of ways depending on their seasonality. For example, many flowers can be planted in large containers and brought inside during the winter months. You can also create a floral display in your yard that comes alive all year with the addition of flowering annuals. In addition to flowering annuals, you can also choose perennials that bloom for a shorter period of time.

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