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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Achillea mill Paprika

This plant bears orange to red flowers in profusion. They last well on the plant in the garden and will add an unusual colour to your garden from June to September. Height 70 cm. Spread: 50 cm.

Achillea Tutti Frutti Apricot Delight

From the Tutti-Frutti Series - Apricot Delight flowers from June to September. Large flowerheads in various shades of orange. Height 55cm. Winterhardy.

Achillea Tutti Frutti Pomegranate

Large heads of rich velvety red flowers from June to September. Bright green foliage with silver highlights. Height 55cm.

Achillea Tutti Frutti Wonderful Wampee

From the Tutti-Frutti Series - Wonderful Wampee has large heads of pale pink flowers from June to September. Height 55cm. Winterhardy.

Aconitum Bressingham Spire

Violet flowerspikes will grace your garden from Aug.- Sept. The individual flowers will remind you of a monks hood. They are very suitable as cutflowers. Height 100 cm. Spread 50 cm.

Agapanthus Charlotte

From June to October clusters of bicolored pale & dark blue flowers form a ball shaped flowerhead on strong stems. Compact variety. Architectural plant for garden or planter. Height 60cm.

Agapanthus Double Diamond

Dwarf variety of Agapanthus with small heads of pretty double white flowers from July to September. Strap-like dark green foliage. Makes good groundcover in the garden or suitable for a planter. Evergreen. Height 30cm.

Agapanthus or. Blue Umbrella

A very architecural plant for your garden, one that will look well in any herbaceous border. Small blue trumpet shaped flowers form a loose ball shaped flowerhead. Height 70 cm. Spread 40 cm.

Agastache Blue Boa

Thick and showy spikes of long deep violet-blue flowers in late Summer & Autumn. Bright green foliage with a fragrance of anise. Butterflies just love this one!! Also a good cut flower. Height 75cm Spread 40cm.

Agastache Blue Fortune

Violet-blue flowers from July-September. Height 75cm. Sunny position, free-draining soil.

Agastache hyb. Black Adder

Tiny violet-blue flowers arranged on a tall black spire resembling a bottlebrush. Long lasting flowers from July to October. Height 75cm. Spread 40cm.

Agastache Kudos Coral

Forms a low bushy mound bearing upright spikes of coral pink flowers June to September. Needs very good drainage! A magnet to butterflies. Height 45cm. Spread 40cm