Herbaceous plants (in botanical use frequently simply herbs) are plants that have no persistent woody stem above ground. The term is mainly applied to perennials, but in botany it may also refer to annuals or biennials, and include both forbs and graminoids.

Annual herbaceous plants die completely at the end of the growing season or when they have flowered and fruited, and they then grow again from seed.

Herbaceous perennial and biennial plants may have stems that die at the end of the growing season, but parts of the plant survive under or close to the ground from season to season.

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Helleborus ‘Double Anna Red’

A clump forming evergreen perennial which provides fantastic Winter colour in the garden. Leathery, dark-green leaves. From late Winter to late Spring, sturdy stems bear large, cup-shaped, double dark red-pink flowers bring a splash to the Winter garden. Petals may be heavily spotted. Garden plant for flowerbed in heavy fertile, moist but well-drained soil in full or partial shade. Shelter from strong, cold winds. Height and spread (approx) - 35cm x 35cm.

Helleborus or. Montsegur

The early flowers range from pink to red. They are always very welcome in a garden, appearing from January till the end of April. Height 50 cm. Spread 35 cm.

Helleborus Pretty Anna Red

Red flowers on dark green foliage from February to April. Height 35 cm. Evergreen.

Primula Elizabeth Killelay

Unusual, fragrant double flowering Primula. Flowers have deep maroon petals with golden yellow edges and a yellow eye. Height 20cm.