Register with us or sign in
Ceonothus repens is a low grower. Ceonothus should be hardy for you there is hardy in a normal winter up at nearly 1000ft. Chanomeles (ornamental quince) will grow up a wall quite nicely with good blossom (red/pink/white) then yellow quinces in Autumn.
There is an evrgreen honeysuckle Lonicera Copper Beauty or evergreen clematis (armandii, I think). Not sure of suitability of either, anyone?
Could be an echinops if being generous, defo not a chinese lantern
Hewwits double has pretty double lilac flowers and Delavayi has lilac with yellow anthers. Both are lovely, a bit different and good hardy plants
Thalictrum, I think
Use parkers for bulbs as we did at the nursery I worked at. Always seemed decent quality and price
You do get hardy varieties that survive through bad winters in the north. Depends which one you bought/grew. They are very easy to take cuttings from either way