Posted: 17/08/2016 at 18:02
Oh heck. So many.
salvias......guanajuato and all the other patens group. Ulignosa, Amistad, Embers Wish, Waverley, Leucanthemum, and a cutie called cacalifolia
Heucheras, those I grow ...Black Taffeta, the blackest of them all, Berry Smoothie, Obsidion, sugar Plum, Marmalade, Venus, chocolate Ruffles, and Blackberry Jam. There are hundreds to choice from though
hardy geraniums...well,,Rozanne of course but Orion is a nice blue, Elke is truly unique when you see it and it flowers for a long time. Ann Folkhard for its yellow on the leaves (looks like the sun's shining on it) , long flowering magenta flowers and wide spreading habit. Pink Ice has nice pinky brown foliage and pink flowers, and Coombland White, an upright almosf double flowered white. Wargrave Pink is an old variety but here it is evergreen and flowers forever. I have to add Black Beauty a compact neat variety with very dark, almost black, foliage and gentian blue flowers. It is a delight. Put it next to a yellow mound like campanula Dicksons Gold or heuchera cotronelle or a white dianthus....nice!