Herbaceous Perennials are plants that I best describe as being the flowers that you plant between your trees and shrubs. Correctly, herbaceous perennials are a plant whose growth dies down annually but whose roots or other underground parts survive the winter. Some do not die away completly and retain moderate foliage during winter.
The plants in this section grow between 25 - 120cm.
Forms a low and bushy mound of lacy green leaves. Grows 25-30cm in height and width. The flowers are single, spurred deep-blue which bloom for months on end. A very useful cut flower.
Large strong plants jumping out of their pots
An interesting plant - each phase is full of character.