Perennials mean plants that come back year after year, usually dying back underground each year, only to emerge next season stronger and better. They represent tremendous value for money, as they cover space well, and over a few years can be chopped up or split to create new "free" plants for you to grow or swap.They are one of the easiest categories of plants to grow, and best value for money for their years of pleasure.
There are an infinite number of ways of splitting up the huge and diverse range of hardy perennial plants - we have divided them into Single Variety Perennials where you get several plants of the one colour, and Perennial Collections - where you will get a mix and range of colours from related types.
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A classic, cottage garden favourite that has stood the test of time.
The best of the varieties and gardeners’ favourites the world over.
Irresistible, old-fashioned fragrance and perfect as a cut flower.
This unusual, hardy perennial will look incredible in a patio pot or sunny border! The bright, two-tone flowers with light up your garden in scarlet and white, from early summer to the first frosts in October, in a wonderful 5 month display.
This brand new variety of Scabious is perfect for any cottage garden border or patio container. You'll get wave after wave of exquisitely beautiful pink pincushion blooms from June to September every year, held on tall elegant stems.
Transform Your Garden - Grow These Garden-Ready Hardy Perennials For 6 Months Of Spectacular Colour Every Year! These incredibly colourful, strong-growing perennials will transform your garden from this year.
These stunning plants will light up your garden with breathtaking late displays! Perfect for beds and borders, they will produce an abundance of large, pretty flowers just when others in your garden are starting to fade.
In shades of white, pale pink, red, berry purple and lavender, they not only look so good that you’ll want to eat them, but they are a magnet for bees and especially butterflies as they waft gently in the breeze.
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