be red to green in colour.
A species of flowering plant in the phlox family known by the common names grand collomia and large-flowered mountain trumpet. The plant produces an erect, hairy or fuzzy stem which may
favoured by bee-keepers for its high nectar and pollen
Hardy perennial that usually grows to about 3 -4 ft . Discovered in the volcanoes of the Canary Islands and is a much sought after. Produces a column of rose-pink flowers, with furry grey leaves. It is
bronzy-green, feathery foliage.
Hardy perennial, umbelliferous herb, with yellow flowers and feathery leaves, grows wild in most parts of temperate Europe. Bronze Fennel is easily identified by tall, billowy masses of aromatic,
Perennials and Grasses
A to G
June until October with the main show in July.
A hardy perennial that usually grows to about 4-6 ft (1.20-1.80m) Sprays of icing pink flowers around hairy grey stems that branch out in an impressive rosette shape on this specimen plant. Flowers from