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Aconitum

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Aconitum, commonly known as Monkshood and Wolfsbane, are wonderful old-fashioned perennials, perfectly suited for large border plantings. This late-flowering selection has incredible, tall spikes of deep violet-blue, hooded flowers, a total surprise when they appear in mid-autumn. NB Aconitum is a very poisonous plant and must be treated with respect and caution.

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Abutilon

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Grown as an annual this plant has interesting foliage and bell-like flowers that come in shades of white yellow salmon or red.
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Agapanthus

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Agapanthus flowers bloom in large round clusters or umbels of blue white or violet- blue. The funnel shaped Agapanthus flowers gorw at the end of a thick 100cm tall stem. The Agapanthus clusters measure about 15 to 20 cm across.
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Antirrhinum

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(A) is a trailing snapdragon that is a half-hardy perennial. Attractive flowers that can be grown in pots. (B) is the familiar bedding plant grown as an annual
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Arabis

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White flowering plant. A perfect perennial to drape over rock edges. After the spring bloom is finished plants can be cut back and their evergreen foliage will grace your garden borders and beds all year round.
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Agastache

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tall brightly coloured spikes of tasselled florets appear to burst out like flames from the lanced and highly perfumed foliage. Very quick and easy to grow.
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Ageratum

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Fluffy clusters of lavender-blue flowers grow on top of compact neatly-formed plants. Ageratum's low maintenance flowers fall cleanly from the plant as they fade and are replaced through the season.
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Acanthus

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A statuesque architectural plant with handsome dark green leaves whose stylised shapes form the decorative detail on Corinthian columns.The flower spikes resemble tall foxgloves from a distance with hooded two-tone flowers.

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