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Thalictrum flavum 'glaucum' Thalictrum flavum 'glaucum'

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Panicles of pale to bright yellow flowers add height and impact to wild or cottage style plantings. This clump-forming perennial has a height and spread of 2 feet. 
Nigella damascena Nigella damascena

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This annual, a favourite for Victorian gardeners, adds a delicate touch to almost any planting scheme. Sky-blue flowers surrounded by a ruff of foliage are followed by attractive seed pods. The seed pods are useful for dried arrangements of 'Immortals'. Height 20 inches; spread 9 inches. 
Helleborus lividus subsp. corsicus Helleborus lividus subsp. corsicus

  Syn. Helleborus argutifolius
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One of the largest Hellebores, H. argutifolius can grow up to 1.2m (4ft) in height and width. Large clusters of semi-pendent pale green flowers add a subtle touch of elegance to the winter garden. 
Helleborus foetidus Helleborus foetidus

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Some pretty unfortunate common names for such a beautiful plant. This evergreen perennial produces large clusters of pale green blooms in the late winter that remain attractive for many months after. The large palmate leaves are glossy dark green and make for an attractive backdrop for the flowers.... 
Eranthis hyemalis Eranthis hyemalis

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This is a wonderful small flower for the late winter garden. The tuberous perennial produces bright yellow flowers above a ruff of bright green leaves in late winter. 2-3 inches high. 
Clematis tangutica Clematis tangutica

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Vigorous, late-flowering twining deciduous climber. Produces many solitary, bell-shaped yellow flowers, 1-1/2 inches long, from mid-summer to late autumn. These are followed by attractive fluffy seedheads. Grows 15-20 feet high and 6-10 feet wide. 
Clematis recta 'Purpurea' Clematis recta 'Purpurea'

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This late-flowering herbaceous perennial has purple young foliage and bears panicles of small, star-shaped heavily scented white flowers from summer to fall, followed by attractive seedheads. Requires support (reaches 3-6 feet). 
Clematis integrifolia Clematis integrifolia

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This herbaceous perennial has lance-shaped leaves and bears solitary bell-shaped blue flowers with cream anthers in summer, followed by silvery seedheads. 3 foot height and spread. 
Beesia calthifolia Beesia calthifolia

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This rare and elegant perennial has glossy green heart-shaped leaves on maroon petioles and bears small, starry white flowers on wiry stems well above the foliage in spring. Foliage aquires bronze tints in cooler temperates. Height 18 inches;spread 24 inches. An excellent ground cover for shady... 
Aquilegia vulgaris 'mixed' Aquilegia vulgaris 'mixed'

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This is a pale blue selection of that delightful, and reliable, old fashioned perennial so many people remember from their childhood. Growing 60-90cm (2-3ft) in height, it will produce its flowers held well above the foliage on slender stems, in the spring to early summer. 
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