Unusual herbaceous perennials

Unusual Herbaceous Perennials

Alan and Elizabeth Clements have been collecting choice and unusual herbaceous perennials for over 35 years. A trip to Cascades Gardens is a unique opportunity to explore their unique collection. The following photos are just a small sample of what is available to view in the garden.

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At Cascades Gardens you can see a wide range of herbacoius perennial plants. Hardy perennials are those which can stay out in the garden all year round and are resistant to frost. The Latin term 'perennis' means 'many years' - 'herbaceous perennials', simply means they 'disappear' in winter. The plants die back to a rootstock where next year's shoots are protected, as the weather warms up in the spring the flowers start to grow back.

Many of the hardy perennials found in the garden are available to buy in the nursery. They are ideal for the container or for planting in the border, bank or bed. Our collection of hardy herbaceous perennials will provide instant colour to invigorate your garden for every season.

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