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Plant Family: Asclepiadaceae
Useful for: Cut FlowerPlanting Style: prairiePosition/ Situation: Herbaceous BorderSun or Shade: Sun to Part ShadeFlower Colour: PinkScented flowers or leaves: No ScentLeaf Colour: GreenHeight: low (up to 3 feet)Evergreen: NoSoil Type: Wet heavy soilSoil PH: No preferenceHardiness/minimum temperature: HardyBee and Butterfly: BothRabbit & Deer Resistance: Not Known To Be ResistantResistance to Honey Fungus: Resistant to Honey Fungus
A shorter form of this late flowering perennial, growing to around 75 cm (2.5 ft). Large, flattened heads of dark pink flowers on red stems July -September. Attracts bees and butterflies including Red Admirals and makes a good cut flower. Grow in moist soil in sun topart shade.
Anemone hupehensis var. japonica 'Rotkäppchen'£5.00
('Little Red Riding Hood'). A lovely cultivar with very deep pink semi-double flowers in summer and autumn.
Anemone hybrida 'Honorine Jobert'£5.50
Still the best tall, single white Japanese Anemone in our opinion. Very free flowering, putting on a lovely display of large, single white flowers with a pink tinged reverse from July-September.
Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii 'Goldsturm'£5.50
Perennial with black-centred golden daisies to 12 cm 5in across, on widely-branched stems, from July to September. Attracts bees and butterflies.
Veronica longifolia 'Schneeriesin'£5.50
('Snow Giant'.) Growing to around 60 to 80 cm, not sure where the reference to Giant fits in. Nonetheless this is a good plant for growing in wet heavy soil, along with Lythrum, Filipendula etc.
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