|Echinacea purpurea 'Bressingham hybrids'|
Upright, clump forming perennial with large daisy-like flowers with red-purple petals.
Grey-green, heart-shaped foliage. White poppy-like flowers.
|Epimedium 'Spine Tingler'|
Long leaves with sprays of fairly large, pale yellow flowers.
|Epimedium grandiflorum 'Lilafee'|
Heart-shaped leaves, bronze tinted when new.. Open sprays of purple flowers. Compact, deciduous, clump-forming.
|Epimedium grandiflorum 'Akebono'|
Delicate, soft pink flowers hang from upright stems over heart-shaped leaves.
|Epimedium x perralchicum 'Frohnleiten'|
Glossy, deep green marbled leaves, bronze when young. Sprays of bright yellow flowers, each up to 3/4in across.
Fringed, violet-mauve daisy flowers.
|Erigeron 'Dunkelste Aller'|
Low growing, spreading perennial bearing dark purple, daisy-like flowers with yellow centres.
Short-lived perennial producing continuous display of small white daisies with yellow centre. Freely self-seeds.
Tiny daisies open white, then turn pink.
Attractive, silver-grey, ferny leaves in neat rosettes. Creamy-yellow flowers. Compact.
Architectural, evergreen perennial. Rosettes of long, sharply toothed, sword-shaped leaves. Small, green flower-heads on branched stems.
Lemony-yellow flowers above attractive marked leaves.
|Erythronium dens canis|
Mottled leaves. Mauve-pink flowers.
South African bulb. Two-tone flower spikes topped with pineapple-like tufts.
|Eucomis comosa 'Sparkling Burgundy'|
Reddish-purple flowers from red stems and burgundy leaves. Attractive pink seed heads.
|Euphorbia amygdaloides var. robbiae|
Large rounded sprays of yellow-green flowers. Ideal for ground cover under trees. Also good for cutting. Self-seeds.
|Euphorbia characias 'Portuguese Velvet'|
Clusters of dark-eyed, bright greenish-yellow flowers. Bushy and compact.
|Euphorbia characias subsp. wulfenii|
Upright, sparsely-branched sub-shrub. Large, rounded heads of greenish-yellow flowers. Cut back after flowering.
Large clusters of bright greenish-yellow flowers in late spring. To 48in (1.2m). Bushy herbaceous perennial.
Formerly aster divaricatus. Clusters of small white daisies on dark wiry stems. Easy.