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Perennials

Plants that are also included in the range of bulbous and tuberous plants, but that can also be classified as perennials because of their characteristics.

  • Iris (G) 'Florentina'

    Bearded iris, Florentine iris, large fragrant white flowers. For a warm place where the sun shines on the superficially planted tuber. Permeable soil.
  • Lavandula angustifolia 'Hidcote'

    Strong lavender with violet-blue flowers. Aromatic plant, attracts many butterflies and bees.
  • Lavandula angustifolia 'Munstead'

    Strong lavender with lavender-blue flowers. Aromatic plant, attracts many butterflies and bees.
  • Lavandula angustifolia 'Rosea'

    Lavender with soft pink flowers. Aromatic plant, attracts many butterflies and bees.
  • Lavandula x intermedia 'Edelweiß'

    A sturdier lavender with a bushy, upright growth and white flowers. Aromatic plant, attracts many butterflies and bees.
  • Mertensia virginica

    Funnel-shaped 2,5 cm. large flowers in late spring fading from lilac-pink to different bright blue shades. This plants dies down after flowering but returns in full bloom the next year. Height 50 cm. and needs a cool site in partial shade.
  • Polygonatum commutatum

    Large, tall Solomon's Seal that grows into an impressive plant over the years.
  • Polygonatum multiflorum

    Multi-flowered Solomon's Seal, native plant with many white flowers. Black berries appear after flowering.
  • Smilacina racemosa

    False Solomon's seal. Unlike the common Solomon's seal, this perennial flowers with flower panicles instead of pendulous bell-shaped flowers. The plant can eventually grow to a height of almost 1 metre. Prefers a position in semi-shade to shade and a lime-poor but humus-rich soil.
  • Verbena bonariensis 'Lollipop' ®

    Argentinian vervain. Long flowering border plant with an airy growth habit, often used as a weaving plant. This selection remains lower than the V. bonariensis. The flowers attract many butterflies and insects. If the winter is not too cold, the plant remains.
  • Wulfenia schwarzii

    Evergreen perennial from the mountains of south-eastern Europe. Violet-blue flowers in short spikes appear in early summer. For humus-rich soil.
  • Trillium erectum

    Trillium is a beautiful woodland plant for in the (semi-)shade on humus-rich soil. It takes a while for the plant to develop, the rhizome may even remain latent the first year after planting. But it is worth the wait. Small reddish brown flowers.
  • Trillium grandiflorum

    Trillium is a beautiful woodland plant for in the (semi-)shade on humus-rich soil. It takes a while for the plant to develop, the rhizome may even remain latent the first year after planting. But it is worth the wait. Pure white, large flowering variety. The most common of all trilliums.
  • Trillium grandiflorum 'Snow Bunting'

    Trillium is a beautiful woodland plant for in the (semi-)shade on humus-rich soil. It takes a while for the plant to develop, the rhizome may even remain latent the first year after planting. But it is worth the wait. Rare, pure white, double flowered variety.
  • Trillium luteum

    Trillium is a beautiful woodland plant for in the (semi-)shade on humus-rich soil. It takes a while for the plant to develop, the rhizome may even remain latent the first year after planting. But it is worth the wait. Pale yellow flowers and silver-bronzed leaves.
  • Trillium sessile

    Trillium is a beautiful woodland plant for in the (semi-)shade on humus-rich soil. It takes a while for the plant to develop, the rhizome may even remain latent the first year after planting. But it is worth the wait. Red-brown flowers, leaves mottled.