White is a symbol in Western culture which conveys purity and peace.
White in the garden, a balanced mix of the three primary colours, green, red and blue, is an essential decorative element.
White flowering perennials can be planted in on their own with foliage plants (see our article on the White Garden) or associated with other flowering plants of different colours.
White flowers go well with violet, red, pink and green and bring elegance and nobility to a flower bed.
The plant world is sufficiently diverse to allow you to find white flowering perennials for every season.
For more information: Article- the White Garden, Planting schemes - Monochromatic white flower bed
Synonym: Goat's beard, Aruncus sylvestris£3.29
One of the best£3.99
White aster or heath aster£3.99
Free flowering + elegant cascade + easy to grow = AGM£3.99
A complete sweetheart!£4.09
A florist's aster£3.99
White false indigo, a cousin to the lupinsfrom £3.29
A spring flowering of delicate white blooms with rose tips, which emerge and open well above the foliage.£4.29
White flowers with blue highlights£3.29
Charming double creamy-white bellflowers with a hint of pink.£4.09
The white valerian£3.99