Ground cover Rubus tricolor E. 60cm




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Heavy clay

Ground cover
Rubus tricolor E. 60cm
Red stems / deep shade

3

2

5

Stachys macrantha E. ‘Robusta’ 45cm

Drought resistant / shallow soils / self-seeding

2

2

4

S. byzantima 45cm

Drought resistant / shallow soils / self-seeding

3

2

5

Lamium galeobdolon E. 30cm ‘Florentinum’

Dry shade / rampant / silver leaf

2

2

4

Euphorbia cyparissias 25cm

Dry shade / rampant / yellow-lime flowerheads

2

2

4

Tellima grandiflora ‘Purpurea’ E. 60cm

Dry deep shade


2

2

4

Epimediem x perralchicum E. 45cm

Dry shade / glossy leaves

3

2

5

Ground cover Shrubs

Cotoneaster dammeri E. 30cm

Ground hugging / part shade


1

3

4

Cytisus x kewensis 25cm

Arching habit / full sun

3

3

6

Shrubs

Berberis thunbergii ‘Aurea’ 75cm

Dazzling yellow

3

1

4

B. x stenophylla E. ‘Rose Glow’ 45cm

Arching stems

3

2

5

Weigela florida 1m ‘Follis Purpureis’

Pink trumpet flowers / full sun

3

1

4

Herbaceous
Aconitum napellus (Monkshood) 1.2m

Tall flower spikes / poisonous

3

1

4

Campanula latiloba 60cm

Dense mats /vigorous bell flowers

3

1

4

Geranium himalayense ‘Gravetye’ 45cm

Vigorous

2

2

4

Physalis alkekengi (Chnese Lantern) 45cm

Invasive / orange lantern-like flowers

3

1

4

Polemonium caeruleum (Jacob’s Ladder) 60cm

Self-seeder / full sun

3

1

4

Symphytum (Comfrey) 1.2m

Russian varieties / wildlife

2

5

7

Shallow soils


Paving creepers

Androsace lanuginosa E. 5cm

Heads of flowers / beautiful trailer

4

2

6

Armeria maritima E. (Thrift) 10cm

Spreading mounds

2

1

3

Thymus serpyllum ‘Coccineus’ ‘Doone Valley’ T. lanuginosus E. 5cm

Red scented flowers

3

3

6

Sedum spurium E. ‘Dragon’s Blood’ 10cm

Likes it hot and dry

4

2

6

Sempervivum arachnoideum E. ‘Laggeri’ 10cm

Crevice filler / full sun

4

1

5

Othonna cheirifolia 30cm

Erect trailing habit

3

1

4

Trifolium repens ‘Purpurescens’ 5cm

Vigorous creeping clover

2

3

5

Foot of hedges

Vinca major (Periwinkle) 45cm

Shade / best for moisture

2

2

4

Tanacetum vulgare

Summer bloom / very decorative

3

3

6

Polygonatum x hybridum (Solomon’s Seal) 75cm

Graceful stems


3

2

5

Osteospernum jucundum (African Daisy)

Likes it hot

3

1

4

Millium effusum ‘Aureum’

Self-seeding / golden grass


3

1

4

Euphorbia robbiae 60cm

Spreads well / handsome


2

2

4

Helleborus foetidus (Stinking hellebore) 45cm

Long flowering


2

1

3

Bergenia cordifolia E. 45m

Striking groundcover


3

2

5

Alchemilla mollis 45cm

Self-seeding / prolific


2

3

5

Viola labrodorica E. 15cm

Self-seed / very pretty


3

1

4

Geranium pratense 60cm

Self-seeding / coloured autumn leaves


2

2

4

Iris foetidissima 45cm

Showy orange seed pod


3

2

5

Meadow

Echium vulgare (Viper’s bugloss)

Wildlife attracting


3

3

6

Agrimonia eupatoria (Agrimony)

Wildlife attracting


3

3

6

Campanula glomerota (Bellflower)

Wildlife attracting


3

3

6

Lotus corniculatus (Bird’s foot trefoil)

Wildlife attracting


3

3

6

Sanguisorba minor (Salad burnet)

Wildlife attracting


2

3

5

Silene alba (White campion)

Wildlife attracting


3

3

6

Trifolium pratense (Red clover)

Wildlife attracting


3

3

6

Primula veris (Cowslip)

Wildlife attracting


4

3

7

Leontodon autumnalis (Hawkbit)

Wildlife attracting


2

3

5

Prunella vulgaris (Selfheal)

Wildlife attracting


3

3

6

Knautia arvensis (Field scabious)

Wildlife attracting


3

3

6

Fragaria vesca (Wild strawberry)

Wildlife attracting


3

3

6

Hypericum perforatum (St. John’s wort)

Wildlife attracting


4

3

7

Dipsacus fullonum (Teasel)

Wildlife attracting


4

3

7

Achillea millefolium (Yarrow)

Wildlife attracting


4

3

7

Scabiosa columbaria (Scabious)

Wildlife attracting


3

3

6

Herbaceous

Dianthus gratianopolitanus E. 15cm

Very fragrant

4

1

5

Centranthus ruber (Valerian) 60cm

Self-sowing / invasive

3

3

6


Sempervivum E. (Houseleeks) ‘Commander Hay’ 20cm

Rosy rosettes / full sun

2

2

4


Campanula ‘Birch Hybrid’ 15cm

Trailer / long flowering

3

2

5


Crassula sarcocaulis E. 20cm

Not fully hardy / striking

3

1

4


Dicentra cucullana 15cm

Glaucous ferny leaves / milky flowers

3

1

4


Mesembryanthemum E. (Livingstone daisy) 15cm

Trailing tender succulents with daisy heads / full colours

3

1

4


Erodium guttatum 10cm

Silver leaf

3

1

4


Euryops aeraeus 10cm

Not fully hardy / silver-green leaf

2

1

3


Veronica pinnata ‘Blue Eyes’ 10cm

Small spires of intense flowers

2

1

3


Sedum spathulifolium E. ‘Cape Blanco’ 7.5cm

Succulent

3

2

5


Picea abies ‘Gregoryana’ 30cm
Tiny domed conifer

1

2

3


Geranium cinereum ‘Splendens’ 10cm

Dazzling dwarf

2

2

4

Digitalis mertonensis E. 75cm

Tall spikes / poisonous

2

2

4


Hypericum olympicum 20cm

Small neat bush

2

1

3

Shade

Shrubs


Cotoneaster conspicus; C.horizontalis 1m

Bright red berries; north and east facing

3

3

6

Viburnum davidii E. 1m

Red berries in autumn; mound forming

3

2

5

Climbers

Schisandra chinensis

Edible fruit


3

3

6

Smilax hispida

Bird food

3

2

5

Shade/part shade

Climbers

Rubus henryi (Dewberry) 5m

Highly decorative leaves / hardy

2

2

4

Actinidia arguta; A. chinensis 6m

Edible fruits / beautiful flowers / hardy

2

3

5

Actinidia kolomitka 3m

Colourful leaves / hardy

3

1

4

Akebia quinata E. 8m

Edible / fine foliage / hardy

2

3

5

Lonicera x brownii ‘Dropmore Scarlet’; L. x heckrottii; L. x tellmaniana 3m

Profuse with a long attractive season

4

2

6

Clematis x hybrida 4m

Good nectar source (May-June / June-July / July-Sept)

5

2

7

Passiflora caerulea 5m

Attractive and invasive

3

2

5

Annual Climbers

Tropaelum majus (Nasturtiums) 1-2m

Self-seeding

3

4

7

Echinocystis lobata (Mock cucumber) 5m

Unusual fruits

3

2

5

Humulus spp. (Hops) 6m

Pleasant aroma, edible

2

3

5

Ipomoea tricolor (Morning Glory) 4m

Repeat fleeting flowering

3

1

4

Phaseolus coccinneus (Butterfly runner) 4m

Poor quality soil / beans can be cooked

3

2

5

Lathyrus odaratus (Sweet pea) 2m

Self-seeding / scented colourful flowers

4

2

6

Cobaea scandens 6m

Flowers have successive colour changes / hot hardy

3

1

4

Foot of hedges

Ornithogalum umbellatum 20cm

Spreads happily

2

1

3

Allium spp. 40cm

Edible / ornamental

3

4

7

Tulipa spp. ‘Sprengeri’ 45cm

Beautiful

4

1

5

Galium odaratum (Sweet woodruff) 15cm

Drought tolerant

3

2

5

Narcissi (Daffodil) 45cm

Variety of flowers

3

1

4

Full sun & drought resistant

Shrubs


Cistus spp. E. 1.5m

Prolific flowers

3

1

4

Helianthemum spp. E. 25cm

Prolonged fleeting flowers

2

1

3

Rosemarinus E. 1.2m




2

3

5

Salvia officinalis; E. ‘Tricolor’ ‘Purpurescens’ ‘Icterina 30cm

Very decorative

2

3

5

Santolina chamaecyparrisus 60cm

Scented

3

2

5

Senecio leucostachys E. 45cm

Filigree silver leaves

2

1

3

Artemisia absinthium 60cm; A. Indiviciana 1.2m

Silver foliage

3

3

6

Convolvulus cneorum 60cm

Not that hardy / silver lanceolate leaves

3

1

4

Helichrysum angustifolium 60cm

Curry scented

3

2

5

Lavandula angustifolia ‘Hidcote’ 45cm

Intense violet

3

4

7

Rosa rugosa *Rhamanus rose) 1.5m

Long displays with big hips in autumn / edible

3

4

7

Brachyglottis ‘Sunshine’

Good for banks because it tumbles

3

1

4

Herbaceous

Acanthus spinosus (Bear’s Breeches) 120cm

Dominant spiky appearance

3

1

4

Cerastium tomentoum E. 15cm

Invasive

2

1

3

Eryngium giganteum (Sea holly)

Silver-blue thistles / self-seeding

5

2

7

Allium schoenoprasum 25cm

Decorative

3

4

7

Festuca ovina E. 25cm

Blue-green grass

2

1

3

Foeniculum vulgare (Fennel) 1.2m

Self-seeding

3

4

7

Borago officinalis (Borage) 40cm

Invasive / self seeding

3

2

5

Angelica archangelica (Angelica) 1.4m

Decorative leaf

3

4

7

Oreganum vulgare (Oregano) 60cm

Edible

3

4

7

Mentha spp. 30cm

Invasive

3

4

7

Salvia spp. 40cm

Not fully hardy

3

4

7

Hyssopus officinalis (Hyssop) E. 45cm

Useful evergreen

4

4

8

Ruta graveolens 60cm

Blue-green foliage / opalescent

3

1

4

Meconopsis cambrica 30cm

Self-sowing / summer flowering

2

1

3

Aquilegia vulgaris 60cm

Self-seeding / poisonous

3

1

4


Foot of hedges

Anthemis punctata E. 30cm

Rampant carpeter

2

1

3

Iris germanica 60cm-1.2m

Full colour range


3

2

5

Verbascum spp.

Silver leaf


3

2

5

Sisyrinchium striatum E. 60cm

Iris-like


2

1

3

Iris xiphium (Dutch iris) 60cm

Good colour range


3

2

5


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