PERENNIALS FROM BIDE-A-WEE: BARBAREA BRASSICACEAE to BUPHTHALMUM ASTERACEAE

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BARBAREA BRASSICACEAE
vulgaris `Variegata`
. Variegated Landcress, rosettes of irregular variegated foliage with flower stems removed to maintain foliage, sun or light shade. £2.00
GARDEN ORIGIN

BERGENIA SAXIFRAGACEAE
`Elephant Ears`
or call them what you will, they do earn their allotted space in the garden. Good foliage and flowers, but time should be taken to remove frost-damaged foliage and give a top dressing of compost; this will ensure they will remain a firm anchor to a planting scheme for many years.
pacumbis. Unlike other Bergenia this plant will die down in the winter to emerge in spring with 8inch pale pink flower spikes, followed by large mildly hairy leaves. This plant thrives here on a steep south-facing slope of quarry spoil, well enriched with compost previously known as B. ciliata ligulata. £3.75
GARDEN ORIGIN

stracheyi. Fresh evergreen foliage with pale pink flower spikes in early spring, a more compact species growing no more than 8ins. £3.75
AFGHANISTAN

BOLTONIA ASTERACEAE
asteroides latisquama `Nana`
. A valuable late flowering perennial soft lilac Michaelmas daisy like flowers, growing up to 24ins, and requiring a moist soil in full sun. £3.75 Spring availability
GARDEN ORIGIN

BRUNNERA BORAGINACEAE
macrophylla AGM
. Siberian Bugloss, an indispensable plant with bold mildly hairy foliage sprays of Forget-me-not flowers in early spring and tolerant of dry shade, growing at most 18ins £3.75
W. CAUCASUS

Brunnera macrophylla 'Hadspen Cream' AGM. The creamy variegated foliage forms a wonderful foil for the Forget-me-not blue flowers, once the flowers are over the foliage remains, growing to 18ins for partial shade in rich soil. £5.50
GARDEN ORIGIN

macrophylla 'Dawsons White`. Leaves posses broad irregular margins of creamy white, often covering much of the foliage, providing a luminous foil for masses the forget-me-not blue flowers in spring, foliage can scorch in full sun or cold draughts. £5.50
GARDEN ORIGIN

BUGLOSSOIDES BORAGINACEAE
purpurocaerulea
. Trailing stems up to 2ft long that are mildly stoloniferous with flowers in late spring that mature to a deep blue. For full sun or partial shade and tolerant of dry soil. £3.75
EUROPE (England to Spain East to Russia, Turkey Caucasus, Iran)

BUPHTHALMUM ASTERACEAE
salicifolium.
Yellow daisy flowers in late summer on 18ins stems, for full sun in moist fertile soil. £3.00
AUSTRIA

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Plant classification
Family, e.g. ROSACEAE in red bold capitals
Genus, e.g. FILIPENDULA in green bold capitals
Species, e.g. ulmaria in bold lower case
Culivar, e.g. `Aurea`, in single quotation marks

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