Dierama pulcherrimum, Blackbird. Full sun and in a warm, sheltered spot. Flowers June to August. Angel's fishing rod is perfect for introducing movement to a well-drained border in a sunny, sheltered site, or for overhanging water. Initially slow to establish, it looks particularly good with early autumn-flowering ornamental grasses. More: http://www.crocus.co.uk/plants/_/dierama-pulcherrimum/classid.2694/

Dierama pulcherrimum 'Blackbird', Angels fishing rod - full sun, fine grassy tufts, dry tolerant once established

Cornus sanguinea 'Midwinter Fire' - This deciduous shrub has oval, mid-green leaves and produces small, creamy-white flowers in May and June. But it's really grown for the brilliant, flame-coloured stems that are revealed when the leaves, which turn orange-yellow in autumn.

Cornus sanguinea 'Midwinter Fire' - This deciduous shrub has oval, mid-green leaves and produces small, creamy-white flowers in May and June. But it's really grown for the brilliant, flame-coloured stems that are revealed when the leaves, which turn orang

Tulips Abu Hassan, Negrita and Arabian Mystery among forget-me-nots, Euphorbia palustris and cardoons - Gravetye Manor

Tulips Abu Hassan, Negrita and Arabian Mystery among forget-me-nots, Euphorbia palustris and cardoons - Gravetye Manor - William Robinson

Cornus kousa. The Kousa dogwood tree has edible fruits, and they are fabulous.

The kousa dogwood is a nice alternative to our native flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) for a number of reasons. One is that it is less susceptible to.

Hardy Geranium Anna Thompson

Geranium 'Anne Thomson' (Anne Thomson Hardy Cranesbill) - wide clump is topped with violet flowers from spring until midsummer, hardy in zones

Tree suggestion. Cornus kousa var. chinensis. There are smaller varieties. Could be good feature to front of trellis. Likes a bit of shade. Spring flowering bracts and Autumn colour.

There are smaller varieties. Spring flowering bracts and Autumn colour.

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