Herbaceous

Herbaceous perennial plants have non-woody stems that reach their full height and flower produce within one year. Herbaceous plants die back over winter and then reappear the following spring for a repeating performance. The term perennial means that the plant will live for more than two years. We offer herbaceous perennials in all shapes and sizes. 

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Herbaceous perennial

If you like colourful plants that add a splash of colour to your garden, please check out our range of herbaceous plants. They range from the giant architectural plants such as Gunnera and Cynara through plants such as Helleborus and Dianthus which remain small but really earn their space in any garden.

Favourite herbaceous perennials

It's really difficult to select favourites out of a fantastic selection. So, if your favourite isn't on this list, please don't judge us. A few of our favourites are:

Many of the varieties available have long flowering periods and can be used to great effect in containers either alone or mixed with other plants, when they outgrow their pot they can then be planted out in your garden and enjoyed for years to come, re-flowering year after year. Please click here for further details on caring for your plants.

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Herbaceous border

Many of the varieties available have long flowering periods and can be used to great effect in containers either alone or mixed with other plants, when they outgrow their pot they can then be planted out in your garden and enjoyed for years to come, re-flowering year after year. use herbaceous perennials to design the perfect border. Herbaceous plants come in all sizes, so you can plant them in front, in the back or along the walking path. 

Please click here for further details on caring for your plants.