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Cerinthe major

 



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Lodge Lane Nursery Unusual perennials & shrubs incl. Achillea, Astrantia, Campanula, Digitalis, Penstemon, Geranium, Heuchera, Inula, Kniphofia, Nepeta, Papaver, Salvia & ornamental grasses.

Cerinthe major Purpurascens


Special Plants Nursery Available as seeds or plants
Amazing deep blue bracts droop over violet flowers, glaucous leaves. Hardy annual, full sun, good drainage, self sows. Sow spring and autumn for sequence of bloom 15 (10 seeds)

Wolverton Plants Ltd Wide range of herbaceous perennials & shrubs grown on a commercial scale for the public.

Cerinthe major purpurascens


Gloeckner, Fred C., & Company, Inc. Bedding Plants

Ivy Garth Seeds & Plants, Inc. Bedding Plants

Johnny's Selected Seeds Herbs

Nichols Garden Nursery Herbs

Seedhunt Seeds-Garden

Seymour's Selected Seeds Seeds-Garden

Skagit Gardens, Inc. Daylilies

Cerinthe major purpurescens Blue Honeywort


Annie's Annuals and Perennials Rare, Unusual & Heirloom Plants (1 product)

Cerinthe major purpurescens seeds


Thompson & Morgan Herbs (1 product)
A highly versatile, aristocratic border plant. The fleshy blue-green leaves with white mottling, spiral up the stem, transforming themselves into tighter packed, sea blue bracts - and then the finale - small clusters of rich purple/blue tubular,




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