When they're not in flower, perennials are enjoyed for their foliage, which is at least as important a consideration as the blooms.

Perennials may grow and expand each year, eventually filling more space than you might expect. To keep perennials under control and growing well, many need division (digging up the root clump, dividing it into sections, and replanting the best sections in freshened soil). This can provide a harvest of new plants for use elsewhere in the garden

picture of bellis

Bellis are perennial evergreen daises with three main colours, red, pink and white.

Can be used in rockeries, bedding, edging paths, containers, patios, window boxes.

They remain a popular choice with their neat, tightly packed miniature heads.

 

 

 

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Lupin 'Gallery' is a dwarf variety with strong a strong bright colour range.

They have densely packed flower spikes and will flower on their first year.

When fully established they will carry up to 12 spikes of blooms.

Perennial

Height 50cm