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Anthriscus sylvestris 'Golden Fleece’ is an ornamental cow parsley which has finely cut lemon-yellow foliage and bears delicate flat white umbels of flowers in late spring and early summer. A delightful plant to brighten a dull corner of any garden.
This is the bronze-purple form of the native "Queen Anne's lace". Lace-like and feathery, the deep purple foliage of this very elegant cow parsley provides a wonderful backdrop for the clusters of creamy-white flowers, which appear on upright stems from late spring. Also commonly referred to as ‘Purple Leaved Cow Parsley'.
Aquilegia chrysantha 'Yellow Queen' features a mass of large, fragrant, up to 3 in. across (7 cm), bright golden-yellow flowers with long, swept back spurs. This golden columbine has upward facing flowers for a perfect display, they are elegantly posed above a lovely fern-like bluish-green foliage and are in bloom for weeks from late spring to early summer.
This lovely Aquilegia produces fabulous deep burgundy - brown red flowers , which will be the talking point of your neighbours. The dainty double flowers will come back to grace your garden year after year. Popular for its late spring and early summer burgundy flowers, 'Ruby Port' makes an effective contrast with white alliums and other aquilegias. It likes moist but free-draining soil in sun and partial shade where it will self-seed happily. Height up to 90cm.
Althaea cannabina is commonly called palm-leaf marshmallow or hemp-leaved hollyhock. The leaves resemble those of hemp (Cannabis sativa), hence the specific epithet cannabina. A beautiful plant with a succession of deep pink mallow flowers on tall, willowy stems. Plant this mid border or towards the back of your border for flowers that sway gently in the wind from July all the way to October.
Astrantia major 'Shaggy' is an herbaceous perennial to 75cm, with deeply divided leaves and branched stems bearing compact heads of very showy greenish-white flowers surrounded by narrow, green-tipped white or pinkish bracteoles. Sometimes also known as Astrantia major 'Margery Fish' and Astrantia major subsp. involucrata 'Margery Fish'.