Herbaceous Perennials are a varied and versatile group of plants. They can provide much more than flower colour such as interesting foliage, a winter bonus of seed heads and structured shapes, many are used for cut flowers or drying. Some plants are evergreen, although most are winter hardy, with leaves and stems that will die back in winter to re-shoot the following spring. From ground cover to majestic height they offer a wide choice to brighten borders and beds and bring colour to your garden. For maximum impact plant in groups of 3 or 5. Clump forming perennials such as Alchemilla, Coreopsis and Rudbeckia should be divided in spring every 2-3 years. Why not pop in to the garden centre today where one of our helpful team will be happy to help you choose what is best for your garden. You can read more about Perennials here.