Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
Tall spikes of cream to pink sweetly-scented flowers are produced in autumn which contrast well with the deep purple divided foliage.
Highly sought after for its very dark, almost black deeply divided foliage and the willowy bottle-brush spikes of fluffy white scented flowers that rise majestically above it in autumn
Originally bred in America 'Chocoholic' produces noble pale pink flower spikes above its beautiful dark purple-coloured foliage. The flower spikes will perfume the evening and attract pollinators ....
This slightly more compact variety of Actaea has fragrant cream bottle brush flowers over deep purple foliage in autumn. Perhaps the sweetest scented of all the Actaea
The tall flower spikes of this plant are covered in masses of lilac hanging bells in summer. Very easy to grow, it will flower its socks off all summer.
This plant has wonderful purple foliage throughout the summer months and into autumn when it then starts to bloom. The flowers are creamy white and contrast well with the foliage. Bees and ....
In late spring big blue flower spikes are held upright above the glossy, metallic purple leaves that hug the ground.
Lilac-pink flower spikes with purple bracts appear on this ground covering plant in early summer. The dark green foliage hugs close to the ground, forming a dense mat that neatly suppresses weeds.
This little plant is grown for both its foliage and flowers. The dark green leaves have a silver edge, which makes them stand out in a most attractive and unusual way. The soft lime-coloured flowers
Alchemilla epipsila is a more compact and dare we say it, slightly better behaved form of A. mollis as it does not self-seed so freely.
Charming sprays of bright, lime green flowers adorn this little clump-forming plant in summer. Overall very tidy in appearance, it is as much valued for its light green divided leaves that capture ...