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Verbena La France from Beth Chatto Nursery UK, bushy grower flowers on and on.

Wild Chicory later summer flowering. The flowers close up at night. Can be a strong grower needing a bit of room to approx 4ft high

Crocosmia Star of the East - A real favourite for it's sheer bravado and flower power. The orange is tempered by the paler throat. One of the largest flowered and vigorous in growth. A George Davison hybrid bred between 1895 - 1912. Flowering SW UK August.

Pelargonium Marchioness of Bute less elegant than Lord Bute but 'interesting'. From Fibrex Nurseries UK.

Glaucium corniculatum or Horned Poppy on account of the long thin seedpods. In England the yellow form flavum grows on shingle beaches. Over winter the plant hunkers down and forms krinkled silver rosettes of leaves from which gawky flower stems emerge. Long-flowering, best in a dry gravel type garden. Perennial (possibly short-lived). Easy from seed.

Pelargonium Lord Bute - sumptuous deep red with maroon picotee. Flowers through the summer outside, take cuttings in early autumn to over winter or bring indoors in colder areas. First shown by Cardiff based nurseryman William Treseder in 1911.

Viola Louisa from Elizabeth McGregor's nursery. A cottage garden favourite. Flowers for ages, cut back a few times through the season to stop it getting too straggly and scented too.

Nemesia sunsatia plus Papaya a fabulous colour - from Sarah Raven Plants

No-one is perfect, a four legged fly in the Brugmansia. Take cuttings in early autumn or overwinter these night scented beauties in a heated greenhouse or conservatory in the UK.

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