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Honeysuckle. Can't remember the variety but it is darker than usual and lovely.

Honeysuckle. Can't remember the variety but it is darker than usual and lovely.

Gaura Lindheimeri. The white one. Very proud of this as I grew it from seed. Slugs seem to be ignoring this year's seedlings recently planted out.

Gaura Lindheimeri. The white one. Very proud of this as I grew it from seed. Slugs seem to be ignoring this year's seedlings recently planted out.

Slugs don't seem to eat this campanula though the did decimate a lovely Campanula Sarastro (the one with huge dark purple bells)

Slugs don't seem to eat this campanula though the did decimate a lovely Campanula Sarastro (the one with huge dark purple bells)

Aquilegia - Definitely good. Seeds itself all over my slug filled garden.

Aquilegia - Definitely good. Seeds itself all over my slug filled garden.

Darmera. Bought this on a garden visit where it was thriving unbeaten beside some very holey hostas

Darmera. Bought this on a garden visit where it was thriving unbeaten beside some very holey hostas

Melianthus Major.

Melianthus Major.

Verbascum. Points a different way each day!

Verbascum. Points a different way each day!

Phlox Paniculata 'Purple Flame'. No interest from slugs even though planted straight from a garden centre.

Phlox Paniculata 'Purple Flame'. No interest from slugs even though planted straight from a garden centre.

Purple Shamrock - Best in shade as front-of-bed edging or ringing a shade shrub such as hydrangeas or rhododendrons. Also nice in a shady flower pot. Companion plants: Under Ferns, Cimicifuga or Variegated Solomon’s Seal.

Purple Shamrock - Best in shade as front-of-bed edging or ringing a shade shrub such as hydrangeas or rhododendrons. Also nice in a shady flower pot. Companion plants: Under Ferns, Cimicifuga or Variegated Solomon’s Seal.

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