gardeningfantic has reviewed 7 plants

Sedum 'Ruby Glow' Stonecrop

Posted: 24 August 2013
Overall: super sedum this is.. i have several in my garden and have taken more cuttings this year. bees and butterflies love it

Anemone hupehensis 'Hadspen Abundance' Japanese anemone

Posted: 24 August 2013
Overall: i love them.. easy to grow.. do prefer their feet in the shade

Lamprocapnos spectabilis 'Alba' Bleeding heart

Posted: 03 June 2013
Overall: i love these plants.. i do find they prefer dappled to shade rather than full sun in my garden. they are so elegant and gracefull.. have many of them in my garden and they put on super display.

Helenium 'Moerheim Beauty' Helen's flower

Posted: 26 September 2012
Overall: i love this plant, it is so versatile anywhere in the gardn. I have mine with redbeckias and brown leafed flax.. stunning together. It is easy to divide and flowers even after dead heading. recommend it to anyone who loves bright cheerful colours even on a dark wet day they shine.

Cyclamen hederifolium Hardy cyclamen

Posted: 21 June 2012
Overall: i love these little fellas.. so bright and cheerfull.. my garden is full of htem as they self main one is now 20 years old and is huge corn.. i gather seed pods every year from them to grow and give to friends etc. thoug they take 2 years from seed to flowering. they love shade and need protection from heavy wind and rain.. so under trees hedges plants etc is fine.. message me if you would like some seeds next time i gather..

Catananche caerulea Cupid's dart

Posted: 12 June 2012
Overall: i love this plant.. have it in my garden.. it is so tough and hardy.. it flowers for ages and if you cut down when finished will sometimes produce more.. the bees love it... and it sounds like rustling paper in the wind.. great in borders amoungst other plants and lovely colour.. the flowers close up at night and then re open.