Pots for a white garden, or for cheery whiteness and brightness to any dull corner. Think of a line of these along a wall or path or around a terrace or pool.
This is the perfect trio in a pot, with a thriller (Pelargonium 'Attar of Roses'), a spiller (Buddleia 'Dreaming Purple') and a filler (Heliotrope 'Midnight Sky'), to give you a scented spot anywhere sunny in the garden.
Two trumpet-flowered convolvulus, which between them flower almost all year and both have elegant green leaves.
Argyranthemum look wonderful calmed down by the background of the highly fragrant, compact and perfect for pots, Lavender 'Hidcote Blue'.
Soft pink, large-flowered argyranthemum flowers on and off all year, often coming into its own in late summer and flowering on through winter. It contrasts beautifully with the fine-leaved, compact artemisia.
A deliciously scented duo to alternate in pots running down the middle of an outside or conservatory table or a sunny window-ledge.
I had this on my doorstep last summer and autumn, where it honestly flowered, a little protected by the house, until Christmas. Hugely recommended.