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    Aconitum henryi 'Spark's Variety'

    A lovely upright, airy plant which is great for adding height without too much bulk. It produces deep violet-blue flowers in summer. Please note: This plant is poisonous so please wear gloves.

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    Amsonia 'Blue Ice'

    I love the pale blue of amsonia flowers and their willow-like leaves which turn ochre and yellow in autumn. I've just planted drifts of this in the shady bed of our new Dutch yard where it creates the perfect succession with Helleborus 'Merlin'.

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    Angelica sylvestris purpurea 'Vicar's Mead'

    This purple form of the native biennial British herb has tall, strong stems and dark purple leaves bearing soft, dusky lavender-pink flowers. A naturalistic, graceful addition to the garden and loved by pollinators. Like its wild relative, it will thrive in moist, fertile soils.

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    Aruncus diocius

    Lacy pale green leaves form a bushy clump, topped with spires of feathery, creamy-white flowers in mid-summer. Left to go to seed, the flower heads turn a lovely copper colour ,which is lovely in dried arrangements.

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    Autumn Anemone Collection

    Two fantastic, late-flowering anemones which will come into their own when many other plants are starting to fade. 'Pamina' has large, double rose-pink flowers which contrast well with the soft pink, cup-shaped flowers of 'Robustissima'. Both are good for cutting, with super-long stems. This…

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    Backhousia citriodora (Lemon Myrtle)

    Grow this ornamental evergreen in a pot and enjoy its lovely scent and creamy white flowers outside in the summer months and in a conservatory over the winter. It has a bushy habit and the lemon-scented leaves can be used to make teas or as a flavouring in recipes.

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    Campanula punctata x Sarastro

    An excellent bushy campanula with showy, whopper deep blue-purple flowers. This is one of the most glamorous summer plants for dappled shade.

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    Clematis 'Parisienne'

    A low-growing clematis that's been bred with container gardening in mind. It has an exceptionally long flowering season and requires minimal TLC. Large, pale, violet-blue star-shaped flowers with bright red anthers are borne from early summer to early autumn.

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    Clematis florida 'Pistachio'

    Grow this against a wall or fence, or let it grow through a mature climbing rose or tree. It produces large white flowers that fade to creamy-green with a mauve centre.

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    Clematis macropetala 'Wesselton'

    One of the earliest, super-flowery clematis you can grow to cascade over walls and out of large containers for beautiful froths of colour for much of spring, followed by silvery seed heads which remain through summer.

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    Clematis rehderiana

    A rarely found clematis with scented cowslip-like flowers in soft lemon yellow. It’s a hardy and vigorous form which will benefit from regular pruning.

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    Clematis viticella 'Etoile Violette'

    A lovely dark purple with yellow stamens which I have growing with Rose ‘Cerise Bouquet’. It’s one of my favourite plant combinations in the garden. This comes into flower slightly later than other viticellas and keeps going for longer.

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    Clerodendrum ugandense

    In a container on your garden table or terrace this will do well as a summer plant, or year-round as an evergreen houseplant. Its flowers are the most magnificent shade of blue, shaped like butterflies.

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    Coreopsis lanceolata 'Mango Punch'

    A compact and hugely floriferous soft peach-orange coreopsis which blooms all summer. It makes an ideal perennial container plant, mixed with a dahlia like 'Totally Tangerine'.

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    Delphinium 'Magic Fountains Sky Blue'

    The clarity of this blue is equivalent to the green of jade – hence its name. An excellent, floriferous, mildew resistant delphinium form.

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    Dicentra formosa 'Bacchanal'

    This is a compact, vigorous, clump-forming variety of bleeding heart with deep wine-red heart shaped flowers on slender arching stems. It’s easy to grow and if you remove spent blooms it will keep producing flowers from late spring right through summer. A good choice for a shady spot but will…

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    Digitalis parviflora

    Copper flowers are IT and never more so than when they are a foxglove which flowers from mid-spring to mid-summer stuffed full of nectar, like a sky-scraper of cafes one on top of another for butterflies and bees.

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    Euonymus europaeus 'Red Cascade'

    Slot this into a hedge or the back of a border for its magnificent autumn colour and berries – brilliant pink Shakespearean purses with contrasting orange seeds, one of my favourite things for picking right through the autumn. I love them for Christmas wreaths too.

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    Eupatorium maculatum 'Riesenschirm'

    An architectural plant bearing large, fluffy flower heads of purplish-pink on purple stems with dark green leaves. It’s quick to establish, is invaluable for late flowering and loved by butterflies for it. The seedheads look good right into winter.

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    Euphorbia amygdaloides 'Purpurea'

    The garden form of our wild wood spurge with beautiful crimson stems, a perfect contrast to the acid-green flower plumes. This is a super-easy plant to grow in almost any site or situation and is BRILLIANT for picking all spring. Please note: This plant is harmful if eaten,and is a skin and eye…

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    Fuchsia aborescens

    The original wild species form is quite tender and can grow to majestic proportions, but if you plant it in a large container on your terrace or patio, keep it pruned well and move it into a greenhouse over the winter it should thrive.

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    Galium odoratum (Woodruff)

    A deliciously scented ground cover plant which will spread naturally underground, and is well suited to shady or woodland areas. Bees love the small clusters of star-like white flowers.

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    Geranium psilostemon

    The whopper, long-flowering Geranium psilostemon which I grew up surrounded by in my parents' garden. It was superb then and has more than stood the test of time. A true garden classic.

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    Helenium Collection

    Three top performers in our helenium trial last summer. With all three, if you do the 'Chelsea Chop' in May, reducing a third of the stems by one third and a third by two-thirds, they flower right through summer and autumn. I love them for picking too. This collection contains 1 plant each of:…