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This cultivar of 'mouse-eared baby's breath' has large, white flowers with a pink tint and purple veins over a spreading mat of mid green spoon-like leaves.Available for Mail Order from April - August
The architectural flower spikes of this herbaceous plant are green and white when in bud, maturing to soft purple and white flowers, which contrast well with the large dark green leaves.
This Achillea produces a profusion of bright mid pink flowers that fade to pale pink, over mid green fern-like foliage.
Gently domed clusters of small flowers open soft salmon pink fading to cream, over ferny mid green foliage. Another very pretty Achillea, its delicacy belies its toughness. Great for pollinators.
This plant's very soft grey foliage contrasts well with the intense yellow flowers that are produced in early summer.
Clusters of rich ruby red flowers are held high on branching stems above mid green finely cut foliage. The flowers are best in mid summer.
In summer large, bright yellow flowers adorn this reliable, older variety of Yarrow, carried high on tall stems over fern-like green foliage.
Clusters of rich red flowers with a strong cerise hint appear in late summer over its mid green, very divided foliage. 'Pomegranate' retains its colour well even as the flowers start to go over.
This variety of Achillea has a button-like flower shape with double white flowers in mid summer, which contrast well with the dark green finely cut foliage.
In contrast to other Achillea varieties this plant produces individual single white button flowers, which contrast crisply with the dark green foliage.
An old and popular cultivar for good reason - lush clumps of attractive pale green foliage from which stately white bottle brush flowers burst on willowy stems from late summer into autumn
This elegant creamy flowering perennial looks stunning in a shady border. The flower spikes reach up on slender stems in late summer, appearing from mounds of mid-green foliage.