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Helianthemum

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Ben Fhada' is a spreading evergreen shrub with linear bright green leaves and single bright yellow flowers with orange centres in late spring and early summer. Once established they are extremely hardy and drought-tolerant thriving in hot sunny spots where many plants would not survive.
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Helianthus

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Clumping perennial with lightly hairy ovate to lance-shaped leaves up to 20cm long. Showy 12 cm wide flowerheads composed of disk and ray florets are abundantly produced on long stalks from summer to autumn.
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Hemerocallis

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A daylily with strappy foliage and with creamy orange flowers with brown centres held on long stalks
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Hollyhock

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The signature flower of Charente-Maritime this tall cottage garden flower can be found in many local gardens and also growing happily from pavement cracks and walls
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Helleborus

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This species has pale green flowers set against spiny evergreen foliage. The flowers appear in winter and remain on the plants for a long time. Like all hellebores they dislike being moved once established so should not be divided. Given the right conditions they will self-seed quite sufficiently to provide replacements.

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Hosta

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Hostas are widely-cultivated ground cover plants particularly useful in the garden as shade-tolerant plants.
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Honesty

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A cottage-garden flower with fragrant bright blue flowers in spring and early summer and oval and translucent seed-heads.
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Heuchera

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A small plant with rounded purple or red leaves 10cm across very similar to maple leaves in shape. In midsummer the plants flower with short upright stems of small creamy white bell-shaped flowers
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Hypericum

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Easy flowering plant good for ground cover. Minature (B) has attractive red berries in autumn.