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. Pale custard-yellow flowers, blackish stems and great leaves.Sanguisorba canadensis - I'm a complete sucker for a sanguisorba. This was one of the first I grew and is an absolute star. Spires of sparkly clean white flowers that stand beautifully all
roses, winter honeysuckle, eryngiums, penstemons, pelargoniums, rudbeckias, dahlias, lilies, helianthus and, especially, all sorts of verbena and sanguisorba.Is it too late to change my mind?
'm nicking his idea.I did, however, think that 50 was a bit too many so here are 10 for a start:Thalictrum delaveyi - one of many truly gorgeous varieties. As light and transparent as a stripper’s knickers.Sanguisorba 'Arnhem' - a scattering of little nubbin
), the planting is predominantly white, pink and crimson, with plenty of green leaves. Tall phlox and voluminous sanguisorba take over in late summer, but in June two poppies dominate: 'Perry's White', not white at all but a soft greyish pink, and in a separate