PERENNIALS FROM BIDE-A-WEE: VALERIANA VALERIANACEAE to VERONICASTRUM SCROPHULARIACEAE

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VALERIANA VALERIANACEAE
phu 'Aurea'
. A foliage plant that lightens the last days of winter when in February golden foliage starts to emerge, that persists through to late Spring when it fades to green, for light shade growing to 6inches, although undistinguished pink flowers are produced. £3.00
GARDEN ORIGIN

VERONICA SCROPHULARIACEAE
austriaca subsp. teucrium 'Crater Lake Blue' AGM
. A plant with the most sumptuous royal blue flowers, abundant flower spikes are produced in mid summer growing no more than 8 inches, for full sun and tolerant of dry soil. £3.00
GARDEN ORIGIN

gentianoides `Alba `. An evergreen cushion of fresh green foliage bursts forth with 20 inch grey white, flower spikes in early summer, for moist soil in sun or partial shade. £3.00
GARDEN ORIGIN

gentianoides `Variegata`. Variegated leaves form an evergreen mat from which rise soft powder blue flower spikes in early summer. Growing to 20inchs for moist soil in sun or partial shade. £3.00
GARDEN ORIGIN

spicata. From a robust rootstock rise 24inch slender flower spikes of pale slate blue in mid summer, for full sun, tolerant of dry soil. £3.00
N. EUROPE, ASIA MINOR, CENTRAL & E. ASIA

VERBASCUM SCROPHULARIACEAE
olympicum
. Although only a biennial this plant has much to commend it for the first season a large basal rosette develops of large woolly leaves then in Th. second year an 8ft flower spike sores up flower. £2.50
GREECE, BITHYNIAN MOUNTAINS

phoeniceum hybrids. As yet I have not colour sorted these hybrids, however 30 inch flower spires of pink, white or deep purple are produced in summer, robust green basal foliage, for full sun, and tolerant of dry soil. £3.00
GARDEN ORIGIN

VERBENA
bonariensis
. Thin vertical stems carrying mauve flowers, full sun, dry soil 5ft, short lived but self-seeds. £3.00
SOUTH AMERICA (1737)

VERONICASTRUM SCROPHULARIACEAE
virginicum var. sibiricum
. Tall stems of lanceolate whorled foliage terminate in slender spikes lavender blue flowers in late summer, for moist fertile soil in full sun growing to 5ft. £3.75
SIBERIA

virginicum `Fascination`. Long narrow spires of lilac flowers in mid summer, for moist fertile soil in full sun growing over 4ft. £4.50 NEW FOR 2004
GARDEN ORIGIN

virginicum `Spring Dew`. Long spires of white flowers in mid summer, for moist fertile soil in full sun growing over 4ft. £4.50
GARDEN ORIGIN

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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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