Hardy Perennials

Hardy Perennials

Colourful and adaptable plants for almost every situation

Herbaceous perennials (coming back year after year) are incredibly varied in shape, size and colour and can be used to add colour to borders. They can be planted together in herbaceous borders or used with shrubs, roses and bulbs in mixed planting schemes. Some will also thrive in pots and containers. Many perennials are particularly good for attracting butterflies, bees and many other beneficial insects to the garden.

We grow over 300 different perennials each year, including a few unusual varieties, some brand new varieties, as well as the well-known favourites.

All plants/products are sold subject to availability.

Tips from our Nursery Team

Jobs for May

Jobs for May

Inspect plants regularly for signs of pests and diseases. Plants growing strongly are less susceptible to attacks. Newly planted trees and shrubs will need to be well watered until established. On...

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July Plant of the Month
Wisteria

Wisteria

With masses of sweetly scented cascading flowers of blue, lilac, pink or white, wisterias are truly one of the most remarkable sights in any garden and undoubtedly the most aristocratic member of...

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Care & Cultivation Guides

Hamamelis

Hamamelis

The spider-like flowers of Hamamelis (Witch Hazel) look delicate and frail but for six or eight weeks from late December through to mid-February they are perhaps the toughest of all winter flowering...

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