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Despite the suggestion in its name, ‘Pink Elephant’ is actually a smaller more compact form of Persicaria that punches far above its weight in the garden.
A fabulous variety with willowy poker-like flowers, pale pink on opening fading to dark red, above a carpet of long narrow semi-evergreen leaves, with beautiful autumnal tints.
Groundcover rarely comes as pretty as this. Petite flower spikes of delicate sugar pink flowers stand to attention above a low mat of green leaves, the flowers maturing to dark reddish-pink.
Commonly known as Knotweed, 'Superba' is a mat-forming semi-evergreen perennial. A mat of dark green leaves creates a carpet beneath pink flowers which turn to crimson with maturity. 'Superba' blooms
With its lofty late summer display of soft white flower spikes like feathery plumes this is the Persicaria for adding architectural impact to a larger garden.
During the summer this clump-forming perennial bears spires of pure white flowers which last into the autumn. The flower stems rise from a base of mid-green, oval pointed leaves . 'Alba' is commonly..
Small red tubular flowers cluster together to create stunning spikes of colour, during summer and early autumn. Commonly known as Red Bistort, 'Firetail' is a herbaceous perennial with a clump-forming
During summer spires of small, fiery red flowers burst onto the scene. Large pointed green leaves slowly turn to red in autumn. 'JS Caliente' derives from Jan Spruyt (JS), the breeder of this ...
'Superba' has sensational spires of small rose-pink tubular flowers during early summer. This vigorous, bushy clump-forming perennial has oval-shaped leaves with pointed ends and prominent veins.
Delightful, more petite form of Persicaria bistorta, with slender coral-pink flowers that gently sway on willowy stems over a neat mat of semi-evergreen leaves. Long flowering and beloved by bees.