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Helenium 'Baudirektor Linne' (new)

Masses of flat fat-petalled daisies in a mix of scarlet and orange in summer/autumn. Makes a tidy clump to 1.1m high. Sun or part shade. Good with grasses.

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Helenium 'Sahin's Early Flowerer'

Helenium 'Sahin's Early Flowerer'

Masses of daisies, rich yellow streaked red or mainly red with a little yellow, finally burnt orange. Summer-autumn. 1m. Sun or pt shade. Good with grasses.

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Helenium 'Vivace' (new)

A relatively short clone to about 80cm, the rich-red flowers in late summer have large brown central cones. Easy in sun or part shade. Good with grasses.

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Helenium 'Waldhorn' (new)

A particularly deep red variety with flowers in August and Sept on stems up to 1.2m tall. Easy in sun or semi-shade.

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Helianthus 'Bitter Chocolate'

Similar to H. salicifolius but with broader foliage and stems to only 2m, topped with clusters of larger, bright yellow, very dark centred, deliciously scented starry flowers earlier in the season in Aug-Sept. A hardy and easy clumper.

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Helianthus salicifolius

Helianthus salicifolius

The Afghan Hound of the plant world and grown mainly for its truly marvellous stems, with incredibly elegant hanging curtains of long very narrow green foliage. Reaching 2.5m tall and ending in clusters of bright yellow, very dark centred and deliciously scented starry flowers in October. Stems are apt to relax somewhat half way through the season. Hardy and easy.

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Helleborus x hybridus Slatey shades

Lenten Rose. One of the most appealing colour forms with slatey-grey-purple flowers in early spring. Height to 60cm. Partial shade.

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Heuchera americana 'Harry Hay'

Heuchera americana 'Harry Hay'

Scarce, super-vigorous variety with large foliage expanding dark red then turning greener above with red beneath. Very bold clumps of foliage and flower stems to a whopping 1m with cream flowers in early summer. Sun or part shade. This is from the late legendary plantsman himself. Not your average Heuchera. Even I like it.

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Heuchera villosa (new)

An exceptional species and especially nice in its wild green leaved form, this has broad maple-like foliage and very handsome vertical spire-like inflorescences of creamy-white flowers hovering above the leaves in mid to late summer. Very hardy and easy in a little shade or sun, not too overly bone dry.

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Hydrophyllum virginianum (new)

A Boraginaceous woodland perennial from Eastern N. America, often forming carpets under trees. White flowers over the foliage in summer on stems usually about 40cm tall. For shade.

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Hylomecon japonica

A Far Eastern woodlander with clear yellow poppies over pretty light green compound foliage in early summer. Height 30cm. Partial shade, humus rich soil.

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