Perennials

Here at Kelways, we offer an extensive selection of perennials all year round, not simply when the plants are "doing their thing". This means that you can take advantage of the opportunity to plant some of them out-of-season in the autumn and early spring, when they will root quickly and give you stunning displays the following season, so whilst they may not look "the bee's knees" immediately if you are ordering outside of the normal flowering time, you can be assured of an amazing result.

Please note that depending on the season, some perennials may be cut-back in their dormancy period as well as when the plant is simply too tall for us to be able to safely pack it. This in no way will detract from it's performance in the garden.

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Acanthus mollisAcanthus mollis
Acanthus mollis
Ornamental foliage and conspicuous spikes of purple and white blooms in summer make for a fine addition to the herbaceous border.
Acanthus Rue LedanAcanthus Rue Ledan
Acanthus Rue Ledan
A statuesque and scarce perennial with large, glossy, dark green leaves and broad spires of pure white flowers throughout the summer.

Acanthus sennii
Acanthus sennii
A spectacular and unusual plant, originating from the highlands of Ethiopia, Acanthus sennii has incredibly spiky, holly-like leaves with prominent white veining and produces a central spike of bright orange-red flowers from late summer into autumn. Surprisingly hardy, it will die back in autumn and re-emerge in spring, but can also be grown in a large pot in a conservatory where it may produce an evergreen display. Shelter from strong winds and cane the stems to offer extra support. Keep dry in winter to prevent root rot.

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Acanthus spinosusAcanthus spinosus
Acanthus spinosus
A handsome herbaceous perennial to 1.2m, with large, deeply lobed and spine-tipped, dark glossy green leaves. Erect spikes of white flowers with spiny purplish bracts in late spring and summer
£14.99

Achillea Cloth of Gold
Achillea Cloth of Gold
A tall, robust perennial with divided foliage, and large, flattened heads of bright yellow flowers. Good for drying
from £4.99
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Achillea Desert Eve Cream
Achillea Desert Eve Cream
A compact form of yarrow forming a bushy mound of finely-dissected, fern-like foliage and masses of flattened heads of tiny, creamy-white flowers from late spring until autumn.
£11.99
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Achillea Gold Plate
Gold Plate is a herbaceous perennial with feathery, dark green foliage with large flat heads of golden yellow flowers on erect stems throughout the summer.
£10.99
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Achillea Paprika
A clump-forming perennial with upright habit with finely divided, dark green, aromatic foliage and bearing flat clusters of orange-red flowers throughout summer.
from £4.99
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Achillea Red VelvetAchillea Red Velvet
Achillea Red Velvet
Herbaceous perennial with fern like foliage and upright habit, bearing flat clusters of ruby red flowers in summer.
£11.99
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Achillea Terracotta
Achillea Terracotta
Flattened clusters of terracotta coloured flowers from late spring and into summer, fading to yellow as they mature.
from £4.99
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Achillea Walther Funcke
Achillea Walther Funcke
A compact, semi-evergreen perennial with fern-like foliage and bearing flat sprays of deep orange-pink flowers in summer.
£11.99
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Aconitum Ivorine
Dense, upright racemes of ivory-white flowers in late spring and early summer.

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Acorus Ogon
A low-growing grass-like perennial forming a clump of bright yellow leaves striped yellowish green.
£12.99
Actaea Misty BlueActaea Misty Blue
Actaea Misty Blue
Unusual and incredibly attractive soft, blue-green foliage, producing spikes of fluffy, creamy-white flowers in late spring and early summer, followed by white berries with a dark spot at the tip and held on red stalks.

Aegopodium podagraria Variegatum
Aegopodium podagraria Variegatum
A spreading deciduous perennial forming a wide mat of white-margined foliage and bearing rather insignificant white flowers in summer. A great ground-cover plant.
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Agapanthus Arctic Star
A compact and clump-forming, semi-evergreen perennial with strap-like, grey-green leaves producing rounded, open umbels of tubular white flowers on sturdy stems in summer and into autumn.
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Agapanthus Black Magic
A clump-forming, deciduous perennial with strap-shaped, dark green leaves, producing rounded, umbels of black buds opening into very dark purple, tubular flowers in late summer.

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from £23.99
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Agapanthus Fireworks
A clump-forming evergreen perennial with dark green, strap-like foliage, producing rounded clusters of trumpet-shaped, white flowers with purple bases. An unusual and highly decorative cultivar.
from £23.99
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Agapanthus Indigo Dreams
A particularly lovely variety with dark green, strappy foliage and bearing rounded clusters of dark purple funnel-shaped flowers in summer on tall stems.
from £14.99
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Agapanthus Midnight Star
Agapanthus Midnight Star
A more compact variety, producing dark blue flowers in mid to late summer.  The flower heads are produced on the top of tall stems against a backcloth of strap-like, arching foliage.
from £16.99
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Agapanthus Northern Star
Agapanthus Northern Star
A semi-evergreen perennial with arching, strap-like foliage and bearing large clusters of bell-shaped violet-blue flowers in summer.
from £16.99
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Agapanthus Pitchoune White
An evergreen variety forming a clump of strap-shaped, broad, green foliage with rounded heads of white, trumpet-shaped flowers in summer on erect stems.
£16.99

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Agapanthus Polar Ice
A clump-forming deciduous perennial with strap-like, dark green foliage and bearing rounded umbels of trumpet-shaped, white flowers from summer into autumn.
£13.99
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Agapanthus Queen Mum
A taller variety with rounded clusters of white and blue, funnel-shaped flowers on tall stems in summer. A great Mediterranean style plant.
from £13.99

Agapanthus Royal Velvet
Agapanthus Royal Velvet
A deciduous perennial producing rounded umbels of deep, royal purple tubular flowers in summer and early autumn with an almost black stripe running down the centre of each petal.

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Agapanthus Sandringham
Herbaceous perennial with narrow, strap-like foliage and dark, violet-blue flowers in summer with a darker midrib.
from £23.99
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Agapanthus Summer Love BlueAgapanthus Summer Love Blue
Agapanthus Summer Love Blue
A superb Agapanthus that has been specifically bred to be much more floriferous producing clusters of trumpet-shaped blue flowers throughout the summer above neat strap-like, bright green foliage. This is a shorter variety growing to around 50cm in height and is as perfect for the patio as it is for the border, bringing long-lasting joy for weeks on end. The flowers are also good for cutting.
£19.99
Agapanthus Sylvine
Agapanthus Sylvine
A medium height African lily with strap-like foliage, producing large, rounded umbels of deep blue, trumpet-like flowers from mid-summer into autumn.
from £23.99

Agapanthus Timaru
Agapanthus Timaru
Strong, upright stems carrying large umbels of tubular, deep violet-blue flowers throughout summer above strap-like foliage. A good medium-height cultivar.
£44.99
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Agapanthus Twister
A compact, clump-forming perennial with strap-like leaves producing rounded umbels of tubular white flowers with a deep blue base from mid-summer into autumn.
from £6.99
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Agastache Blue Boa
Clump-forming perennial with aromatic dark green leaves with spikes of fragrant dark violet flowers from summer into autumn.
from £4.99
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Ajuga Black Scallop
Ajuga Black Scallop
An interesting bugle with very black, scalloped leaves forming a mat from which in spring and through into summer, appear erect spikes of deep blue flowers.
from £4.99
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Ajuga Braunherz
A spreading evergreen perennial which makes for a good groundcover plant in shady areas. In spring and early summer it bears short spikes of blue flowers.
from £4.99
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Ajuga Burgundy Glow
Ajuga Burgundy Glow
A spreading, evergreen perennial with grey-green, scallop-shaped foliage flushed wine red and bearing dark blue flowers on short spikes in spring and summer. A good ground cover plant for shady areas.
from £4.99
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Ajuga Catlin's Giant
Ajuga Catlin's Giant
This dwarf hardy perennial provides decorative ground cover throughout the year with its evergreen leaves.  Short spikes of blue flowers are displayed in early summer.  Large-leaved variety.
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Alcea Chater's Double White
Alcea Chater's Double White
Double form of the popular Hollyhock, a hardy biennial ideal for herbaceous borders and cottage garden styles.  Peony-type blooms are borne on erect stems in summer.
£4.99

Alchemilla mollisAlchemilla mollis
Alchemilla mollis
A beautiful perennial which is a must for every garden. It has wonderfully scalloped leaves which catch water droplets and produces a frothy covering of small yellow flowers throughout spring and summer. It can have a habit of self-seeding quite freely, so cut off the seed heads carefully after flowering to minimise any unwanted spreading.
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Allium atropurpureum
A bulbous perennial with strap-like leaves producing semi-spherical, deep purple-red flowers on upright stems in late spring and early summer.
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Allium Cowanii
Allium Cowanii
Perennial with aromatic, strap-like foliage producing open clusters of pure white flowers in late spring and early summer. The flowers last ages and are good for cutting.
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Allium cristophii
Allium cristophii
A bulbous perennial with glaucous, strap-shaped leaves which wither by flowering time when the plant displays globe-like heads of star-shaped, lilac flowers upto 20cm in diameter.
£14.99
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Allium dioscoridis
Allium dioscoridis
An upright, bulbous perennial forming umbels of nodding cream flowers, tinged green with purple markings in summer.
Allium Millennium
Allium Millennium
A bulbous perennial with aromatic, strap-like foliage producing rounded umbels of purple-pink flowers on upright stems in summer.
from £11.99
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Allium Mount Everest
Allium Mount Everest
A bulbous perennial with grey-green, strap-like foliage, producing rounded balls of tiny star-shaped white flowers on ribbed stems in late spring and early summer.
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Allium nigrum
Allium nigrum
Rounded clusters of creamy-white, star-shaped flowers in early summer.
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Allium obliquum
Allium obliquum
A bulbous perennial with blue-green foliage which dies down as the ball-shaped, yellow-green flowers emerge in mid-summer on twisted stems.
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Allium schoenoprasumAllium schoenoprasum
Allium schoenoprasum
A bulbous perennial forming a clump of erect narrowly cylindrical, onion-scented leaves, with rounded umbels of light purple bell-shaped flowers
from £3.99
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Allium ursinumAllium ursinum
Allium ursinum
Wild garlic is found extensively throughout British woodlands and is well-known for its powerful yet alluring fragrance. It will quickly colonise to form a carpet of aromatic leaves and in late spring, bears dainty white flowers. It works particularly well with bluebells and once it has flowered, dies back completely to allow other plants to come through in the same space.
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Amsonia Blue Ice
Amsonia Blue Ice
A compact herbaceous perennial with upright stems with dark green leaves and open panicles of blue, star-shaped flowers in late spring and earlly summer.
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