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Anemone sylvestris (Snowdrop anemone)
Anemone sylvestris (Snowdrop anemone): Large pure white flowers over a mound of green ferny foliage. Hardy. Up to 30cm.
Aquilegia 'Kristall' (Granny's bonnet. Columbine 'Kristall')
Aquilegia 'Kristall' (Granny's bonnet. Columbine 'Kristall'): Pure white flowered Aquilegia, with long spurs on upright stems above ferny foliage. Prefers some shade. Hardy. Up to 60cm.
Aquilegia 'Red Hobbit (Granny's bonnet. Columbine 'Red Hobbit)
Aquilegia 'Red Hobbit (Granny's bonnet. Columbine 'Red Hobbit): Large two-tone cherry red flowers with white corolla in spring. A shorter variety. Hardy. Height to 30cm.
Bergenia cordifolia 'Vinterglod' (Elephant's ears 'Vinterglod' (Winterglow))
Bergenia cordifolia 'Vinterglod' (Elephant's ears 'Vinterglod' (Winterglow)): Dark, glossy green leaves, turning red in the winter. Dark red stems with dark pink bell-shaped flowers in Spring. Great ground-cover. [Collect Only]
Brunnera macrophylla 'Alexander's Great' (PBR) (Siberian bugloss 'Alexander's Great')
Brunnera macrophylla 'Alexander's Great' (PBR) (Siberian bugloss 'Alexander's Great'): Statement foliage plant for shade. Large, heart-shaped, silver leaves. Light-blue forget-me-not-like flowers in Spring. Hardy. Up to 40cm. [Collect Only]
Brunnera macrophylla 'Hadspen Cream' (Siberian bugloss 'Hadspen Cream')
Brunnera macrophylla 'Hadspen Cream' (Siberian bugloss 'Hadspen Cream'): Large, heartshaped green leaves with wide cream margin. Sprays of forget-me-not blue flowers in spring. Hardy. Up to 45cm.
Cardamine quinquefolia
Cardamine quinquefolia: Light purple flowers emerge very early in spring, with attractive deeply divided leaves. Foliage dies down in summer.
Dodecatheon meadia (Shooting stars, American cowslip)
Dodecatheon meadia (Shooting stars, American cowslip): Bright pink flowers in spring, swept back to reveal a yellow 'nose'. Hardy, but best grown in a sheltered spot. Up to 20cm.
Euphorbia amygdaloides var. robbiae (Mrs Robb's bonnet)
Euphorbia amygdaloides var. robbiae (Mrs Robb's bonnet): Great plant for difficult dry, shady areas. Evergreen dark-green leaves and vibrant lime-green flowers in spring. Suckers and can spread.
Euphorbia palustris (Marsh spurge)
Euphorbia palustris (Marsh spurge): Bright acid green bracts in spring. Height to 90cm. Hardy.
Euphorbia polychroma (Many-coloured spurge, Syn. Euphorbia epithymoides)
Euphorbia polychroma (Many-coloured spurge, Syn. Euphorbia epithymoides): Bright, acid-green bracts in spring. Forms neat mound at front of border. To 30cm. Hardy
Geranium phaeum (Dusky cranesbill)
Geranium phaeum (Dusky cranesbill): Purple flowers with swept-back petals held high above soft green foliage. Early to flower, reliable and easy. To 60cm. Hardy.
Geranium phaeum 'Raven' (Dusky cranesbill 'Raven')
Geranium phaeum 'Raven' (Dusky cranesbill 'Raven'): Dark purple flowers with long stamens and swept-back petals held high above soft green foliage. Great for shady areas. To 60cm. Hardy.
Geranium phaeum pale purple (Dusky cranesbill pale purple)
Geranium phaeum pale purple (Dusky cranesbill pale purple): Pale purple flowers with swept-back petals held high above soft green foliage. Early to flower, reliable and easy.
Geum 'Nonna' (PBR) (Avens 'Nonna')
Geum 'Nonna' (PBR) (Avens 'Nonna'): New variety with warm apricot semi-double flowers edged in orange, above hairy green foliage. Long flowering. Hardy. Up to 40cm.
Paeonia 'Flame' (Paeony 'Flame')
Paeonia 'Flame' (Paeony 'Flame'): Rich and shiny scarlet red single flowers with a yellow centre. Glossy dark green leaves. Hardy. Up to 80cm. [Collect Only]
Paeonia lactiflora 'Festiva Maxima' (Paeony 'Festiva Maxima')
Paeonia lactiflora 'Festiva Maxima' (Paeony 'Festiva Maxima'): A strongly scented form with large double frilly white flowers with tints of pink in the centre. Glossy dark green leaves. Hardy. Up to 90cm. [Collect Only]
Paeonia lactiflora 'Moon of Nippon' (Paeony 'Moon of Nippon')
Paeonia lactiflora 'Moon of Nippon' (Paeony 'Moon of Nippon'): Large single white flowers with a mass of frilly central bright yellow petaloids. Highly scented. Glossy dark green leaves. Hardy. Up to 90cm. [Collect Only]
Paeonia officinalis 'Alba Plena' (Peony 'Alba Plena')
Paeonia officinalis 'Alba Plena' (Peony 'Alba Plena'): Sumptuous, large double white flowers above green foliage in May. A traditional cottage garden plant. May need support. [Collect Only]
Primula elatior (Oxslip)
Primula elatior (Oxslip): Pale yellow, primrose colour flowers in clusters on gently arching stems.

Found 20 matches:

Aspect: Sun [ X ]
Soil: Moist [ X ]
Flowering: Spring [ X ]

Main Flower Colour

Blue (2)
Green (3)
Orange (1)
Pink (2)
Purple (4)
Red (2)
White (5)
Yellow (1)

Height when grown

0 to 30cm (7)
30cm to 60cm (8)
60cm to 90cm (4)
90cm to 1.2m (1)

Spread Rate

Fast (6)
Moderate (8)
Slow (6)