An unusual late flowering perennial, useful for planting under deciduous trees, in good to moist soil. Nodding pale yellow flowers. Up to 1.5m (5ft) high.
A member of the Scabious family. Great butterfly plant. Wavering stems 18-24" high, bearing scabious-like flowers in shades of pink, lilac and maroon.
A most majestic plant; sending up towering thick spikes of red, orange and peach - as it ages; each individual tubular flower a positively massive 4cm (1½") long. Bob Brown aptly describes it as a 'Landmark'! 1.8-2.1m (6-7ft).
A substantial 1m (39") yellow poker, with fat yellow heads that age to golden-yellow, appearing from August through to September. A super hardy perennial, looking good when planted with Agapanthus which enjoy similar growing conditions.