This tall species of Campanula, growing to 2 meters (6ft) in height, covers itself in masses of milky white or pale mauve blooms in early summer, making a spectacular show for traditional border plantings, or for a cottage garden.
Perennial plant with upright arching stems to 50cm with shiny green leaves. Spreads rapidly by rhizomes. In summer flowers are tubular shaped in hanging bunches 4-8 cm long. The outside of the flower is washed with pink and the inside is spotted with maroon.
Growing up to 2m (6ft) high and as wide, this perennial has large felted light grey-green leaves and impressive flower spiked covered in hooked red bloom, which are a particular favourite of humming birds. Given a sunny site with excellent drainage and room to grow, this lobelia will make an impact...
This compact perennial has blue-green leaves borne in whorls on the lower stem, alternately higher up on the stem. Bears clusters of balloon-like buds that open to 5-petaled purple-blue flowers with dark blue veins in late summer. Height 24 inches.