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'September Charm' is an herbaceous perennial to 75cm, with leaves composed of three oval leaflets, and slightly cupped flowers 6-8cm wide, with 6-9 light rose-pink petals, deeper pink beneath, opening in late summer and autumn
'Bowles' Pink' is an erect, suckering perennial with leaves composed of three leaflets, and bowl-shaped reddish-purple flowers in late summer and autumn, the two outer tepals smaller and darker
'Elegans' is a tall, erect perennial with ternate foliage and, from late summer to autumn, bowl-shaped, light pink flowers to 7cm across, with broad outer petals, and narrow inner ones
'Praecox' is a deciduous perennial spreading by suckers, with erect stems bearing 3-parted leaves and bowl-shaped deep pink flowers 5-6cm across in late summer and autumn
'Hadspen Abundance' is a perennial with leaves composed of three ovate leaflets. Flowers 5-7cm in width, rich, deep, purplish-pink, with five rounded tepals
'Honorine Jobert' is an herbaceous perennial with dark, divided leaves and pure white flowers with 6-9 tepals and contrasting yellow stamens
'Lady Gilmour' is a tall perennial with leaves of three leaflets that have crisped margins when young; bowl-shaped pink flowers 6cm across have about 12 narrow, somewhat twisted petals
'K�nigin Charlotte' is a perennial with attractive, divided leaves and large rich rose-pink, semi-double flowers with 10-15 overlapping petals
'Whirlwind' is a tall suckering perennial with large leaves of three leaflets, and semi-double white flowers 6cm wide, with narrow, slightly rolled petals
'Prinz Heinrich' is an herbaceous perennial with attractively divided leaves and semi-double flowers with 10-15 narrow, overlapping, deep rose-pink tepals
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