Some plants not only look attractive when they are in flower in spring or summer, but have attractive seedheads, too. Left on the plant, they add interest in autumn and winter. Many are attractive to wildlife, too, providing much needed food and shelter in the colder months, and look great in dried flower arrangements.
The old growth can be chopped down in late winter or early spring, when new growth begins to emerge at the base.
Here are 10 of the best plants for seedheads.