Grows well on our chalky soil in light shade and has quite a long flowering season as the buds open in succession. This herbaceous peony only grows about a metre high. Suitable as a backdrop to most rock gardens.
Entry by Fermi de Sousa
grown from seed in 1997, growing in a raised bed
Entry by Roma Fiddes
Anemone x lipsiensis
Entry by Peter Hood
Pulsatilla vulgaris Alba
Entry by Hilary Birks
Aquilegia atrata. Grown from seed
Entry by Brian Marshall
Judge's comment: not H. yamatutai = H. transsilvanica?