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  1. Monarda Lambada bears long spires of deep pink-mauve flowers.

    Monarda hybrida 'Lambada'

    Bee Balm, Bergamot. Oswego Tea, Horsemint
    $2.31

    This handsome, durable, showy garden performer is a must for the perennial border. Extremely attractive to butterflies and bees, Monarda 'Lambada' bears long spires of deep pink-mauve flowers and flowers freely in the first year. The spires are great as a fresh cut flower and dry beautifully.

  2. Cats adore the plant, rolling in nepeta and even eating it.

    Nepeta cataria

    Catnip, Catmint
    $1.33
    Veteran gardeners are probably already aware of nepeta’s versatility in the garden. From its popular partnering with roses to the softening effect it has on hard edges. Nepeta is an ideal perennial for new gardeners and, of course, cats adore it.
  3. Nepeta faassenii is a dwarf catmint with slender spikes of lavender-blue summer flowers.

    Nepeta x faassenii

    Faassen's Catmint, Dwarf Catnip
    $1.75

    Out of stock

    Nepeta faassenii is a dwarf catmint with slender spikes of lavender-blue summer flowers. This clump-forming perennial will form open drifts of hazy blue flowers for weeks and makes a lovely informal edging plant for paths and borders.
  4. 'Lilac Pompom' blooms with lush frilled, dark pink-violet, often palm-sized blooms.

    Papaver paeoniflorum 'Lilac Pompom'

    Peony Poppy, Breadseed Poppy
    $2.03

    Indescribably elegant, Papaver paeoniflorum 'Lilac Pompom' blooms with lush frilled, dark pink-violet, often palm-sized blooms. Perfect for gardeners in pursuit of an easy-to-grow flowering plant, they are showstoppers when they're in full bloom.

  5. Papaver somniferum ‘Hungarian Blue’ is a stunning new deep violet poppy.
    $2.59

    Papaver somniferum ‘Hungarian Blue’ is a stunning new deep violet poppy that will bring rich colour and a touch of sophistication to your planting schemes all summer long. A hardy annual that is very easy to grow, plant it outside in drifts where it will cover a large area with its beautiful blooms.

  6. Passiflora edulis 'Purple Giant' is a passionflower that produces very fragrant, unusual flowers.

    Passiflora edulis 'Purple Giant'

    Passionflower, Passionfruit, Granadilla
    $2.24

    A Passiflora that produces very fragrant, unusual flowers. The flowers are white, except the base of the corona which is purple; the filaments are curly, as long as the petals, 5 to 7cm across. The edible fruits possess pleasant flavour, kind of sweet and a little tart.

  7. Paulownia tormentosa is known by many names; regardless of what you want to call it, there is no doubt about its impressive ornamental features.

    Paulownia tomentosa

    Royal Paulownia, Empress, Princess or Foxglove Tree
    $3.15
    Paulownia puts on an awe inspiring show in spring. Its soft chamois velvet buds open into large violet to blue, trumpet-like blossoms which fill the air with a sweet fragrance. Huge downy leaves appear after the flowers have opened. They are an architectural delight.
  8. Penstemon ‘Twizzle Purple' is a first year flowering perennial that boasts twice the length of flowering stem.
    $3.15

    A winner of both an AAS and Fleuroselect Awards, Penstemon ‘Twizzle Purple' is a first year flowering perennial that boasts twice the length of flowering stem. Strong, trouble-free plants produce trumpet shaped magenta-violet blooms that flutter all along tall, slender stems.

  9. Russian Sage is one of the great garden plants of all time. 'Taiga' is the first available as a first year flowering perennial.
    $4.13

    Russian Sage is one of the great garden plants of all time, but if you've been frustrated by their floppy nature, this new variety will be a welcome addition. Growing to about 60 to 75cm tall, Perovskia atriplicifolia 'Taiga' is also the first Russian sage available as a first year flowering perennial.

  10. Phacelia is a very attractive plant and one with a variety of uses.

    Phacelia tanacetifolia 'Lacy Phacelia'

    Wildlife, Set-aside, Cover Crop or Green Manure

    Starting at: $2.17

    Phacelia is a very attractive plant and one with a variety of uses. Very rich in both nectar and pollen, it is listed as one of the top 20 honey-producing flowers for honeybees. It is ideal for a wildlife-friendly planting scheme and makes a wonderful green manure.

  11. A confection of purple-blue and white clustered blooms

    Phlox drummondii 'Sugar Stars'

    Drummond's Phlox, Annual Phlox.
    $2.03

    'Sugar Stars' is a fabulous new annual Phlox variety that blooms with a confection of purple-blue and white clustered blooms. One of the most useful of annuals they flower from mid July right through to October. For spectacular display, romantic excess and sweet fragrance, they are without peer.

  12. The original seed was collected at altitude in Japan where it is already accepted as one of the largest flowered gems of the race.

    Polemonium yezoense 'Purple Rain'

    Japanese Jacob's Ladder
    $2.45

    Collected at altitude in Japan and introduced in 2006, Polemonium yezoense 'Purple Rain' is one of the best new introductions in recent years. With bronze-purple lacy foliage, dark stems and violet-blue flowers, it is the darkest flower form of Polemonium available.

  13. Prunella vulgaris is an interesting and quite beautiful little wildflower plant.

    Prunella vulgaris 'Self-heal'

    Wildflower of Britiain and Ireland
    $1.75

    Prunella vulgaris is an interesting and quite beautiful little wildflower plant. The plants produce pretty blue-violet flowers in summer, the flowers freely produce nectar and are highly attractive to bees. If you’re looking for something to add to a meadow garden, or something for those shady areas this is the plant for you.

  14. Pulsatilla vulgaris is now a very rare native species.

    Pulsatilla vulgaris

    Pasque Flower, Windflower, Meadow Anemone
    $2.94

    Out of stock

    Pulsatilla vulgaris is now a very rare native species, the genus includes some of the loveliest of all flowering plants. In early spring, woolly, flower buds first appear, their silky foliage is deeply divided and covered with soft silvery hairs. The violet-purple flowers often opening while still under snow cover. These plants are always a delight.

  15. Scabiosa atropurpurea is one of the longest-flowering and most glamorous of hardy annual flowers that you can grow from seed.

    A prodigious bloomer and a tough, hardy garden performer Scabiosa atropurpurea 'Tall Double Purple' grows quickly and is fast to flower. Large purple petals surround a domed, dark centered cushion with contrasting white 'pins'. The flowers have a sweet perfume and bloom consistently throughout the growing season, right through to late autumn.

  16. Long, kitten-like tails hold many tight jade green buds that open to form plush spikes of lavish purple-red shades.
    $2.59

    Summer-blooming spiky flowering plants - in garden design parlance ‘the verticals’. We all need some, and there are lots of contenders, but a plant that can go just about anywhere in the garden, cope with almost all situations and bloom with copious plush spikes over several weeks is a very rare treat.

  17.  Thalictrum aquilegifolium 'Purpureum' produces up a superb array of flower stems,  topped by a hazy, fuzzy show of purple flowers.

    Thalictrum aquilegifolium 'Purpureum'

    French Meadow-Rue, Greater Meadow Rue.
    $2.73

    Out of stock

    Thalictrum aquilegifolium 'Purpureum' features a basal clump of lacy, blueish-green foliage topped by a hazy, fuzzy show of purple flowers. They produce a shimmering hazy effect in beds and borders wildflower gardens or meadows. Both leaves and flowers are good for flower arrangements.

  18. Thalictrum delavayi is probably the most attractive of the species

    Thalictrum delavayi

    Chinese or Yunnan meadow rue.
    $2.73

    Out of stock

    Thalictrum delavayi are invaluable for providing a contrast with heavier flowers, with light airy sprays of flowers that look, from a distance, like a mauve mist hovering among other plants. They flower for several weeks and succeed in a broad range of conditions .
  19. Thymus serpyllum ‘Creeping Thyme’

    Starting at: $1.75

    Thymus serpyllum is one of the most versatile groundcovers. Forming dense evergreen cushions of flowers these low maintenance plants don’t require mowing, watering or care, and can take a lot of abuse. Its leaves can be used as a culinary herb and its uses in the garden are almost unlimited.

  20.  One of the best low growing ground covers, Thymus serpyllum forms evergreen dense cushions 5 to 10cm tall.
    $2.73
    There are very few ground covers that can be walked-on, but creeping thyme is one of them. Suitable as a lawn substitute or used between stepping stones, near to patios and walkways. Especially popular used where the plants can cascade over a rockery or wall. Organic Seed.
  21. Verbascum ‘Snow Maiden’ is a gorgeous mullein that blooms with masses of pure white flowers, each with delicate yellow filaments

    Verbascum phlomoides 'Snow Maiden'

    Verbascum hybridum or 'Spica'
    $2.59

    Verbascum ‘Snow Maiden’ is an incredibly beautiful mullein that grow to just 36 to 48cm tall. With masses of soft white flowers each with delicate yellow filaments they flower in June and continue to appear over a long summer, often right through to September. Very easy to grow from seed.

  22. Relatively new to cultivation Verbascum phoeniceum 'Violetta' is by far the darkest flowered mullein available.

    Verbascum phoeniceum 'Violetta'

    Purple Mullein, aka Temptress Purple
    $2.45

    Relatively new to cultivation Verbascum phoeniceum 'Violetta' is the smallest growing of the perennial Verbascums. Soundly perennial and drought tolerant it produces delicate flower spikes with whorls of tissue thin purple blooms that ascend to the finest point. It is by far the darkest flowered mullein available.

  23. This long flowering beauty flaunts its sprays of fragrant flowers from mid to late summer.

    Verbena bonariensis

    Tall Verbena, Clustertop Vervain
    $2.03
    Verbena bonariensis is a very useful plant. The flowers, on tall, slim delicate stalks dance in the wind. It is a graceful counterpart to larger flowers and invariably compliments the landscape without overwhelming any of it.
  24. With a strong vertical aspect, the flower spikes of Veronicastrum sibiricum grow to a height of 120cm.

    Veronicastrum sibiricum

    Siberian Culver's Root
    $2.45

    To garden with an Oudolf-esque plant like Veronicastrum, it is not necessary to turn your outdoor space into a prairie: you are allowed to keep your flower beds. Naturalistic planting travels well, and Veronicastrum holds its own in a formal border as well as in the middle of a lawn which has turned into a meadow.

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