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Valeriana alliariifolia PAB 3001

Scented pale-pink flowers rise above the foliage on slender stems in summer. Leaves are bold rounded and cordate. A hardy Caucasian perennial collected from Bakuriani, Georgia. For sun or semi-shade, not too dry.

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Valeriana montana PAB 7654 (new)

From the Apuseni Mountains of Romania, this is a fairly dwarf species reaching only 50cm high, with white, pink or lilac flowers in summer. Hardy, tough, for sun or semi-shade.

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Vancouveria chrysantha

Vancouveria chrysantha

An Epimedium relative from the western USA, with soft yellow flowers on wiry stems in early summer over attractively red-tinted, lobed foliage. Height 30cm. Leafy soil in semi-shade. Rather more drought tolerant than many Epimedium.

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Verbena officinalis var. grandiflora 'Bampton'

Discovered in Bampton, Devon, this is a vigorous European variety of our native Vervain, but also with the most attractive red-purple foliage. The long loose heads of mauve-pink flowers open continuously over a long period from Jun to Oct or even November and are a great attraction to butterflies. Sun and well drained soil. Drought tolerant.

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Veronicastrum 'Apollo'

A striking late summer perennial of upright form, bearing multiple slim long spikes of lilac-blue flowers July to Sept on strong stems to 1.5m. Foliage is arranged attractively in whorls up the stems. Sun or semi-shade.

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Veronicastrum virginicum 'Fascination' (new)

A striking late summer perennial of upright form, bearing multiple slim long spikes of violet-blue flowers July to Sept on strong stems to 1.2m. Foliage is arranged attractively in whorls up the stems. Sun or semi-shade.

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