Dianthus is also called Sweet William. It has a natural fragrance with notes of cinnamon and clove.
Clematis is a fast-climbing vine—a member of the buttercup family. This vine looks stunning on fences, porches, and trellises.
A UK native biennial, Teasel produces tall spikes of brush-like flowerheads with purple blooms, popular with bees and butterflies.
Purple-flowered salvias like ‘Amistad’ and ‘Ostfriesland’ look fantastic when grown in border.
This perennial produces fragrant foliage, and masses of nectar-rich flowers in summer. There are lots of types of catmint for you to choose, from smaller bushy types suitable for growing in pots, to taller varieties, perfect for growing in the middle of a border.
This deciduous shrubs produce masses of flowering panicles, which are appealing to pollinators.
#27 Mountain cornflower
Mountain cornflower is popular in the mountain meadows and woodlands of continental Europe. It bears grey-green, lance-shaped leaves and large, deep blue or violet flowers, borne in early summer.
Lungwort has Funnel-shaped flowers coming in shades of blue, violet, pink, purple, red and white. They’re extremely attractive to bees, particularly the hairy footed flower bee, Anthophora plumipes.
#29 Hardy geraniums
Hardy geraniums is also known as Cranesbill. They’re perennial border plants with saucer-shaped flowers in shades of pink, purple and blue. They’re easy to grow, thrive in shade and flower for months.
#30 Sweet Rocket
Sweet rocket, also known as Hesperis, is a pretty, white- or purple-flowered biennial, with a fantastic evening fragrance.