Plant Search » Apiaceae (The Carrot/Parsley Family)
Angelica gigas produces giant, crimson-purple, umbrella-shaped flowers; borne on dark stalks nearly two metres high!
Black stems and long-lasting deep magenta thimbles.
Astrantia major 'Sparkling Stars' forms clumps of palmate foliage topped with intriguing, bicolour pink and cream flowers.
Astrantia 'Star of Beauty' forms clumps of dark green foliage topped with branching stems of intriguing, deep pink flowers.
Astrantia 'Star of Billion' forms clumps of dark green, serrated, palmate foliage topped with branching stems of intriguing, white and green flowers with subtle pink highlights.
Astrantia 'Star of Magic' is adouble duty masterwort with variegated foliage and months of deep red-pink flowers for the garden.
Astrantia major 'Sunningdale Variegated' arises with gold and creamy yellow variegated leaves later topped with masses of creamy white and pink flowers.
Dark green foliage, and large white pincushion flowers.
Thimbles of rose-pink. Who knew a carrot could be so pretty?
Eryngium agavifolium is a tough, evergreen plant with cool looking leaves like an agave!
If you love cool plants and blue flowers, sea hollies will give you what you need.
Blue flower heads of the ultra-compact Eryngium planum 'Blue Hobbit' are surrounded by large frilled blue bracts.
Eryngium 'Jade Frost' has gorgeous variegated green and white foliage blushed with pink in spring and then topped with true blue thistle-like thimbles in summer.