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They will grow in any reasonable garden soil in sun or shade and should suppress weeds effectively, as well as looking good under trees, although you may have to pull clumps out from time to time to keep them contained.
Good varieties include Rozanne Blue, Johnson's Blue and Wargrave Pink.
The soft mound shapes need partners with strong outlines, such as phormiums or irises.
These hardy perennials are also used as groundcover on banks, between shrubs or under roses.
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Jun 28, 2014|
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