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Award of Garden Merit
Associated with George Forrest
One of the very few flowering plants from South Georgia. Rusty brown burrs.
Mat of blue-grey foliage and red/bronze flowers and burrs on short stems.
Orange-red flowers over silver-green foliage.
Rare tall perennial with loose spires of light blue hooded flowers.
Dramatic perennial with spikes of ponk flowers, pale then darkening.
Leafy stems with drooping bell-shaped blue flowers, lightly scented.
Herbaceous campanula relative with spikes of purple flowers.
Clump-forming perennial with umbels of bell-shaped white flowers.
Compact clump of slender leaves with small umbels of dark blue flowers.
Grey-white woolly leaves with stems of single, yellow, button-like flowers.
Dark red-green leaves and spires of blue flowers; excellent ground cover.
Tiny mounds of narrow, chocolate-coloured leaves; spikes of dark blue flowers.