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5 in stock
Common Name: Purple Cow Parsley
Plant Family: Apiaceae
Size/Qty: 9 cm potPlanting Style: evening twilightSeason of Interest: Early summerPosition/ Situation: Dry ShadeSun/ Shade: Sun to Part ShadeFlower Colour: WhiteLeaf Colour: PurpleHeight: medium (up to 6 feet)Soil Type: Normal, well-drained but moisture retentiveSoil PH: No preferenceHardiness/minimum temperature: HardyBee and Butterfly: BothRabbit & Deer Resistance: Not Known To Be ResistantResistance to Honey Fungus: Resistant to Honey Fungus
Perfect for a meadow or wild garden this elegant perennial has dark purple, finely cut leaves and flat heads of white flowers from April-July. It is a cultivated form of Cow Parsley. Well drained soil in sun/part shade. May be short-lived but self seeds.
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Ampelaster (Aster) carolinianus£6.00
Rarely offered, this US native produces masses of pale mauve - pink flowers very late in the year, a much appreciated source of food for bees and butterflies. 9 cm pots.
A scrambling climbing plant with fleshy leaves. The flowers consist of a green spotted canopy over a white spotted and striped throat.
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