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Achillea millefoliumAchillea millefolium
Achillea millefolium
An upright herbaceous perennial with feathery foliage and flat clusters of creamy white flowers in summer, sometimes flushed pink.
Plants for Pollinators
Asplenium scolopendriumAsplenium scolopendrium
Asplenium scolopendrium
A handsome, evergreen fern with glossy, wavy fronds unfurling in spring. A great fern for the edge of woodland areas and in a shady mixed border, which will tolerate dry soils once it has established.
from £5.50
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Caltha palustris
Caltha palustris
A rhizomatous perennial with rich green foliage producing clusters of deep yellow flowers in spring. Perfect for boggy or damp areas of the garden and around ponds.
Plants for Pollinators
Lotus corniculatusLotus corniculatus
Lotus corniculatus
An ideal plant for gravel gardens, meadows and other natural planting schemes. Once established they can spread fairly rapidly which is perfect if you want to cover a fairly large area quickly. If, however, you want to keep it more in check, it can be fairly easily controlled by deadheading promptly. It bears brilliant yellow flowers throughout summer which as they age, turn a slightly orange colour.

Silene vulgarisSilene vulgaris
Silene vulgaris
An upright, semi-evergreen perennial with oval leaves and lax sprays of white flowers, each with a bladder-like calyx, opening in the summer.