Taller Flowering

109 Products

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    Clumps of bright green foliage support masses of tall narrow upright stems with a slightly splaying habit that creates a slightly more open, transparent feel than the similar Karl Foerster. Very distinctive, and effective when used as an informal screen. Best in a sunny open position but may tolerate some light shade. Happy in most soils. Height; 1.5m – 1.8m.

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    Strong basal clumps of large light green divided leaves and rather striking tall wiry stems of light creamy yellow pincushion flowers during summer. Sunny open spot. Soil not too wet. Height 1.7m-2m

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    Long established free flowering form of pampas with many handsome heads of large off white flowers in late summer. Makes a large plant but is compact in comparison to the largest forms. Sunny open spot. Height; 2.1m – 2.4m.

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    Toe Toe. Perhaps the most graceful of all the pampas with tall elegantly curving, gently nodding flowerheads produced relatively early in the season above tough mounds of evergreen foliage. Sun or light shade. Most soils. Height 2.4m – 2.7m.

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    Long established form of the native Deschampsia cespitosa producing spikes of initially purplish, relatively golden pendant like heads of flower held above dark green clumps of foliage. Both flowers and leaves dry beige by later summer. Happy in average to quite damp soils. Sun or light shade. Height; 90cm – 1.2m.

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    Long established form of the native Deschampsia cespitosa producing spikes of initially purplish, relatively golden pendant like heads of flower held above dark green clumps of foliage. Both flowers and leaves dry beige by later summer. Happy in average to quite damp soils. Sun or light shade. Height; 90cm – 1.2m.

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    A form of native tufted hair grass selected at Knoll Gardens for its large mounds of dark green foliage and enthusiastically produced tall flower stems. Both flowers and leaves dry beige by later summer. Sun or light shade. Happy in average to quite damp soils. Height; 1.2m – 1.5m.

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    A form of native tufted hair grass selected at Knoll Gardens for its large mounds of dark green foliage and enthusiastically produced tall flower stems. Both flowers and leaves dry beige by later summer. Sun or light shade. Happy in average to quite damp soils. Height; 1.2m – 1.5m.

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    A selection made in Scotland of native tufted hair grass with dark green clumps of foliage supporting comparatively tall initially dark flowers. Both flowers and leaves dry beige by later summer. Happy in average to quite damp soils. Sun or light shade. Height to 1m – 1.2m.

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    Superb plant with tall, often reddish stems and large flat domed heads of rosy purple flowers during high summer. Beloved by bees butterflies and many other pollinators. Best in sunny position. Soil not too dry. Height 1.8m – 2.1m.

    Also known as Eutrochium maculatum Atropurpureum Group.

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    A noticeably more compact form of Joe Pyweed with the usual domed heads of rosy purple flowers during high summer. Best in sunny position. Luxuriant with some moisture. Height 1.5m – 1.8m.

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    Looking great in our Long Walk borders this selection is perhaps a little shorter than most but with all the character and butterfly power! Best in sunny spot. Average to moist soil. Height 1.5m – 1.8m.