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Plant of the Month

Achillea Varieties
(Variety Pictured – Cerise Queen)
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A perennial that provides flowers from June to September. Best in well drained soil in full sun. Achillea have fern like foliage. Grow to approximate height of 90cm (3ft)

Other plants of interest for June

Hydrangea Mophead and Lacecap Varieties
(Variety Pictured – Lacecap Blue)
Flowers mainly in white, red, pink and blue. Blue flowered varieties require a pH value of 5.5 or less to keep the colour. If the pH is neutral or above 5.5 the flowers will turn pink. White flowered varieties are not affected by the pH. Best in moist, well-drained, humus rich soil in sun or part shade.

Lilium
(Variety Pictured – Red)
Grown for their showy, sometimes fragrant flowers from early summer to early autumn. Can be grown in many different sites including woodland, shrub and perennial borders or in containers. Best in acidic to neutral soil.

 Veronica
(Variety Pictured – Inspire Blue & Pink)
Ideal for mixed herbaceous borders. Best in loamy, moderately fertile, moist but well-drained soil in full sun or part shade.

Astilbe
(Variety Pictured – Red Sentinel)
White, red or pink flower plumes are borne in mid summer. Best grown in moist, humus rich soil or boggy sites in full sun. If grown in driers soils, site in part shade.