Herbaceous perennials come in all shapes and sizes and a variety can be chosen to flower in every month of the year. They range from the giant architectural plants such as Gunnera, Cephalaria and Cynara through to plants such as Helleborus which remain small but really earn their space in any garden
Many of the varieties available have long flowering periods and can be used to great effect in containers either alone or mixed with other plants, when they outgrow the pot they can then be planted in your garden.
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Achillea The Beacon commonly known as Yarrow. A large herbaceous perennial with upright feathered foliage and crimson compound flowers from May to October. Very attractive to butterflies, bees and other pollinators.
Cyclamen coum is a round leaved Cyclamen. A tuberous perennial which is long lived often forming huge corms over time. They go dormant in the Summer with new foliage forming in late Autumn ready to produce the attractive nodding flowers from late Winter onwards which range from white to dark pink.