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Chelsea Plant List

Actaea simplex ‘Brunette’ AGM
Hardy rhizomatous herbaceous perennial.
Finely-divided, brownish-purple stems and foliage and dense spikes of small, fragrant white flowers, tinted purple in bud.

150cm x 100cm, Part shade, July - Sept

Cultivation: Humus-rich, moist but well-drained soil. Cut back after flowering and divide clumps in early spring.

Allium hollandicum ‘Purple Sensation’ AGM
Hardy bulbous herbaceous perennial.
Linear foliage that smells of onions emerges in spring, dying down before flowering. Flowers are small, vivid purple, arranged in spherical umbels.

50cm x 20cm, Sun, May - June

Cultivation: Needs reasonably good drainage. Plant bulbs 10-15cm deep and 10-15cm apart. Add grit under bulbs on heavy soil. Remove spent foliage before flowering. Propagate by seed.

Anemone ‘Wild Swan’
Clump-forming hardy herbaceous perennial.
The large, single white blooms have lilac backs to the petals and are carried on short, slender stems above a tight mound of vine-shaped, mid-green leaves.

45cm x 30cm, Sun or part shade, May - Sept

Cultivation: Any well-drained fertile soil May be slow to establish. Mulch in spring.

Astrantia major ‘Ruby Star’ AGM
Clump-forming hardy herbaceous perennial.
Palmate basal leaves and branched stems (both dark when young) carrying compact umbels of tiny flowers surrounded by a rosette of showy dark red bracts.

80cmm x 50cm, Sun or part shade, May - July

Cultivation: Well-drained fertile soil that does not dry out. Cut back after flowering to promote fresh growth and prevent self-seeding (will not come true from seed). Divide clumps in spring.
Plants are susceptible to mildew in dry periods.

Beschorneria septentrionalis
Large clump-forming evergreen perennial. Although frost tender in some places until established, it can overwinter in milder areas in well-drained soil.
Foliage forms an evergreen rosette of wide, green linear leaves. Flowers when young then biennially. Striking electric-pink and green flowers on similarly coloured stems.

200cm x 100cm, Sun, April - July

Cultivation: Collected from high winter-cold site in Northern Mexico so needs excellent drainage and fertile soil. Cut off flower stems when flowering has finished.

Boehmeria nivea
Clump-forming evergreen perennial.
Bold serrated ‘fuzzy’ foliage with small cream flowers in summer. Grown for foliage effect.

100cm x 70cm, Sun or part shade, Aug - Sept

Cultivation: Any well-drained soil. Propagate by division or seed.

Calamagrostis x acutiflora ‘Avalanche’
Deciduous, clump-forming perennial grass.
Arching pale yellow leaves, fading to pinkish white, with green margins and stripes. Purple flowers that fade to greyish pink.

120cm x 60cm, Sun or part shade, From August with flowers holding well into winter.

Cultivation: Any good garden soil. Cut back old stems in spring before new growth emerges. Divide clumps in spring.
May be affected by a rust.

Campanula latiloba ‘Highcliffe Variety’ AGM
Hardy herbaceous perennial, basal leaf rosettes are often evergreen.
Tall leafy stems bear spikes of large, deep violet, cup-shaped flowers.

100cm x 50cm, Sun or part shade, June - Aug

Cultivation: Neutral to alkaline fertile soil. Cut back after flowering to prevent seeding and encourage a second flush of flower. Divide clumps or take basal cuttings in spring.
Protect from slugs and snails. Mildew may affect plants in dry periods.

Carex elata ‘Aurea’ AGM
Hardy perennial grass.
Forms a compact clump of arching narrow bright yellow leaves with small blackish flower spikes.

70cm x 50cm, Sun or part shade, Jun - July

Cultivation: Any moist soil, good waterside plant. Can be divided from mid-spring to early summer. Will sellf-seed

Chloranthus sessilifolius ‘Domino’
Herbaceous clump-forming perennial. Hardy once established in ideal conditions.
Scented white fluffy flowers resemble catkins held on stiff dark stems above the foliage. Leaves are near black in spring fading to dark green by June.

75cm x 50cm, Dappled shade/woodland, April - May

Cultivation: Any well-drained but moisture retentive soil. May need winter protection unless in a sheltered spot. Tidy foliage in spring. Wonderful as a specimen plant in a pot.
Protect emerging shoots from slugs and snails in spring.

Cirsium rivulare ‘Trevor's Blue Wonder’
Hardy herbaceous perennial.
Purple-blue thistle flowers held on stiff stems above a clump of long, silvery-green divided basal leaves.

120cm x 80cm, Sun, May - Sept

Cultivation: Any well-drained fertile soil Ensure soil does not dry out. Deadhead regularly. Established clumps can be divided.
Protect emerging shoots from slugs and snails in spring.

Coronilla valentina subsp. glauca ‘Brockhill Blue’
Small shrubby perennial.
Fragrant yellow flowers over a long period from late winter into spring. Foliage is bluer, with red tinge to stems.

75cm x 75cm, Sun, Nov - May

Cultivation: Any well-drained soil. Needs a sheltered site and best with the protection of a sunny wall.

Digitalis ‘Spice Island’
Hardy herbaceous perennial.
Long-lived, sterile, repeat-flowering, perennial foxglove, bearing long spikes of orange-copper flowers opening from green buds over basal rosette of leaves. Each flower is netted inside with cinnamon colours.

80cm x 50cm, Sun or part shade, May - Aug

Cultivation: Any moderately fertile soil that doesn’t dry out. Remove spent flower spikes.

Disporum longistylum ‘Night Heron’ AGM
Hardy rhizomatous herbaceous perennial.
Tall branched stems resemble bamboo, with narrow, glossy leaves that are purple when they first emerge, fading to green over the season. White-yellow tubular flowers appear in late spring, followed by black-red berries.

110cm x 30cm, Sun or part shade, April - May

Cultivation: Any well-drained soil that does not dry out completely. May be evergreen in mild winters, but cut down old stems in spring. Divide established clumps in spring.
Protect emerging shoots from slugs and snails in spring. Plants may be susceptible to vine weevil.

Epimedium ‘Amber Queen’
Hardy rhizomatous evergreen perennial.
Delicate arching sprays of large bright yellow, orange-tipped flowers are held over red-mottled foliage.

50cm x 50cm, Part shade, April - June and intermittently until winter

Cultivation: Acid to neutral fertile soil. Cut back old foliage in late winter before new flower stems emerge. Divide clumps in autumn or after flowering.
Plants may be susceptible to vine weevil.

Fatsia japonica ‘Spider's Web’
Evergreen hardy shrub
Stout stems bear large, leathery, palmate green leaves that are heavily speckled white. Small white flowers in terminal clusters are followed by small black berries.

150cm x 100cm, Part shade, Autumn

Cultivation: Any well-drained soil in a protected position (less hardy when young). Prune lightly to maintain shape. Take semi-hardwood cuttings in late summer.
Scale insects and mealy bugs may affect plants.

Geranium x magnificum AGM
Hardy herbaceous clump-forming perennial.
Rich, dark-veined violet flowers 4-5cm wide borne prolifically, in a short flowering season although the lobed, hairy green leaves may colour well in autumn.

60cm x 60cm, Sun or part shade, May - June

Cultivation: Any good garden soil. Remove flowering stems and foliage after flowering to promote fresh new growth. Divide clumps in spring or autumn.
Mildew may affect plants in dry periods.

Geum ‘Fire Storm’
Hardy herbaceous clump-forming perennial.
Compact, floriferous plant, with semi-double orange flowers over rosettes of green leaves.

50cm x 50m, Sun or light shade, May - June

Cultivation: Any moderately fertile soil that doesn’t dry out. Deadhead regularly. Divide clumps in spring or autumn.

Heuchera ‘Peppermint’
Hardy evergreen clump-forming perennial.
Small peppermint-green leaves with a silvered veining. Flower stems carry clusters of small pink flowers agove the foliage.

15cm x 25cm, Sun or part shade, May - Sept

Cultivation: Any well-drained fertile soil. Remove tattered leaves in spring. Propagate by division.
Vine weevils may affect the plant.

Hosta ‘Devon Green’ AGM
Hardy herbaceous clump-forming perennial.
Upright shiny dark green leaves. Small pale purple tubular flowers.

50cm x 60cm, Part shade, July - Aug

Cultivation: Moist humus-rich soil. Neutral to alkaline. Divide clumps in spring or autumn.
Slugs, snails and vine weevils may affect the plant.

Hosta ‘Empress Wu’
Hardy herbaceous clump-forming perennial.
Giant mid blue-green ribbed leaves. Light lavender blue tubular flowers.

140cm x 250cm, Part shade, July - Aug

Cultivation: Moist humus-rich soil. Neutral to alkaline. Divide clumps in spring or autumn.
Slugs, snails and vine weevils may affect the plant.

Hosta ‘Fire and Ice’ AGM
Hardy herbaceous clump-forming perennial.
White-centred leaves with dark green edge. The central portion is irregularly splashed with shades of green. Leaf edges are twisted.

45cm x 75cm, Part shade, July - Aug

Cultivation: Moist humus-rich soil. Neutral to alkaline. Divide clumps in spring or autumn.
Slugs, snails and vine weevils may affect the plant.

Hosta ‘Frances Williams’ AGM
Hardy herbaceous clump-forming perennial.
Large heart-shaped blue-green leaves with yellow margin. Upright stems of white tubular flowers.

90cm x 60cm, Part shade, July - Aug

Cultivation: Moist humus-rich soil. Neutral to alkaline. Divide clumps in spring or autumn.
Slugs, snails and vine weevils may affect the plant.

Hosta ‘Fringe Benefit’
Hardy herbaceous clump-forming perennial.
Grey-green leaves with an irregular creamy margin. Lavender flowers on upright stems.

60cm x 120cm, Part shade, July - Aug

Cultivation: Moist humus-rich soil. Neutral to alkaline. Divide clumps in spring or autumn.
Slugs, snails and vine weevils may affect the plant.

Hosta ‘North Hills’
Hardy herbaceous clump-forming perennial.
Medium green leaves with an irregular white margin. Pale lavender flowers on upright stems.

60cm x 120cm, Part shade, July - Aug

Cultivation: Moist humus-rich soil. Neutral to alkaline. Divide clumps in spring or autumn.
Slugs, snails and vine weevils may affect the plant.s

Hosta ‘Orange Marmalade’ AGM
Hardy herbaceous clump-forming perennial.
Leaves have yellow-orange centres with blue-green margin. Pale lavender flowers.

50cm x 120cm, Part shade, July - Aug

Cultivation: Moist humus-rich soil. Neutral to alkaline. Divide clumps in spring or autumn.
Slugs, snails and vine weevils may affect the plant.

Hosta ‘Patriot’ AGM
Hardy herbaceous clump-forming perennial.
Oval, puckered olive-green leaves with irregular cream margins. Racemes of lilac, bell-shaped flowers.

50cm x 50cm, Sun or part shade, July - Aug

Cultivation: Any well-drained soil that does not dry out completely. Divide clumps early spring or late summer
Slugs, snails and vine weevils may affect the plant.

Hosta ‘Sum and Substance’ AGM
Hardy herbaceous clump-forming perennial.
Broad, heart-shaped, glossy, bright yellow-green leaves with racemes of pale lilac bell-shaped flowers.

50cm x 100cm, Part shade, July - Aug

Cultivation: Any well-drained soil that does not dry out completely. Divide clumps early spring or late summer

Iris ‘Mer du Sud’ AGM
Hardy rhizomatous herbaceous perennial. Tall bearded iris.
Dusky dark-blue flowers with a hint of violet and grey-green sword-shaped leaves.

80cm x 50cm, Sun, May - Jun

Cultivation: Any well-drained fertile soil. Plant with rhizomes at soil level and avoid covering with mulch. Remove spent flower stems. Rhizomes can be divided in spring or autumn.
Root rot can occur if conditions are too wet and leaf spot (fungal disease) may occur in damp weather.

Iris ‘Peter Hewitt’ AGM
Hardy rhizomatous herbaceous perennial. Siberian iris. HPS Conservation Scheme plant
Clumps of narrow linear leaves. Flower stems bear up to 3 flowers each. Standards and falls are a rich blue-violet with a very thin gold edge to each fall and a striking gold central signal with dark veining at each base.

90cm x 50cm, Sun or part shade, May - June

Cultivation: Any well-drained soil that does not dry out completely. Tidy foliage in autumn. Propagate by division of the rhizome from late summer to early autumn.
Protect emerging foliage from slugs and snails in spring.

Iris ‘Roaring Jelly’
Hardy rhizomatous herbaceous perennial. Siberian iris.
Clumps of narrow linear leaves. Large ruffled flowers with wavy bright raspberry petals. The standards are paler, lavender-grey with red-purple veins.

85cm x 50cm, Sun or part shade, May - June

Cultivation: Any well-drained soil that does not dry out completely. Tidy foliage in autumn. Propagate by division of the rhizome from late summer to early autumn.
Protect emerging foliage from slugs and snails in spring.

Iris ‘Winter Olympics’
Hardy rhizomatous herbaceous perennial. Tall bearded iris.
Sword-shaped green leaves with elegant pure white flowers.

85cm x 50cm, Sun, May - June

Cultivation: Any well-drained fertile soil. Plant with rhizomes at soil level and avoid covering with mulch. Remove spent flower stems. Rhizomes can be divided in spring or autumn.
Root rot can occur if conditions are too wet and leaf spot (fungal disease) may occur in damp weather.

Kniphofia pauciflora
Hardy herbaceous clump-forming perennial.
Firm grassy foliage. Pretty flared yellow flowers spaced out on slender pokers. Apr-Jul and later.

55cm x 60cm, Sun, April - July and continues to bloom over a long season.

Cultivation: Any good garden soil. Deadhead regularly, Divide clumps in spring.

Lamprothyrsus hieronymi RCB RA K2-2
Hardy, herbaceous clump-forming perennial grass.
Graceful dwarf grass with fluffy silver flowers over arching evergreen shiny foliage - like a dwarf pampas grass.

100cm x 100m, Sun or part shade, April - June

Cultivation: Any good garden soil - drought tolerant. Site at least 1m from a path. Tidy in spring.

Ligularia ‘The Rocket’ AGM
Hardy herbaceous clump-forming perennial.
Forms a mound of large round leaves with serrated edges. Tall black stems standing well above the leaves carry long cylindrical spires of small, bright yellow flowers.

180cm x 100cm, Sun or part shade, June - Aug

Cultivation: Moist humus-rich soil. Divide clumps in spring or autumn.

Linaria ‘Peachy’
Hardy herbaceous clump-forming perennial.
Spikes of grey-pink buds open creamy yellow snapdragon-like flowers with pink highlights. Soft greyish-green narrow leaves.

90cm x 50cm, Sun, May - Sept

Cultivation: Any good garden soil. Deadhead regularly to prolong flowering.

Melica uniflora f. albida
Hardy, herbaceous clump-forming perennial grass.
Neat clumps of soft green foliage and flower sprays of pale little buds that float above the leaves looking like tiny grains of rice.

30cm x 45cm, Dappled shade/woodland, May - July

Cultivation: Any soil, will flourish in dry shade. Will self-seed or divide established clumps in spring.

Melittis melissophyllum ‘White Form’
Hardy herbaceous clump-forming perennial.
Neat plant with large, very white flowers borne in whorls from amongst soft green ‘nettle-like’ foliage.

60cm x 50cm, Sun or shade (will tolerate dry shade), April - June

Cultivation: Any good garden soil. Good bee plant. Propagate by basal cuttings in spring before the stems become hollow.

Miscanthus sinensis var. condensatus ‘Cabaret’
Hardy, herbaceous clump-forming perennial grass.
Variegated grass with broad dark green leaves having a central creamy-white stripe and coppery-pink flowerheads in early autumn that turn silver as they mature.

200cm x 100cm, Sun, Aug - Dec

Cultivation: Any good garden soil. Remove dead foliage and old flower heads in spring. Propagate by seed sown under cover in spring or divide clumps. Can be slow to establish.

Paeonia lactiflora ‘Madame Gaudichau’
Hardy herbaceous perennial.
Dark red foliage for 6 weeks in spring, then fading to green as double purple-red flowers appear. Good foliage colour again in the autumn.

100cm x 100m, Sun or part shade, May - July

Cultivation: Any good garden soil. Move or divide established clumps in autumn.
Cut the foliage to ground level as it dies back in the autumn to reduce risk of peony wilt.

Papaver orientale ‘Orangeade Maison’
Hardy herbaceous clump-forming perennial.
Large, deeply-divided, hairy green leaves. Pure deep orange flowers with a darker central blotch are held above the foliage.

80cm x 50cm, Sun, April - June

Cultivation: Any well-drained fertile soil. Cut down after flowering, removing foliage to ground level. Divide clumps in spring or take root cuttings in autumn.
Downy mildew and fungal wilts may affect plants.

Podophyllum versipelle ‘Spotty Dotty’ AGM
Hardy, almost evergreen, rhizomatous perennial.
Large pale green umbrella-like leaves are mottled with dark green/brown spots. Large crimson flowers are hidden beneath the leaves in summer.

30cm x 25cm, Dappled shade/woodland, April - June

Cultivation: Moist humus-rich soil. Slow growing so best left undisturbed to establish.
Protect emerging shoots from slugs and snails in spring.

Polemonium yezoense var. hidakanum ‘Purple Rain’
Hardy herbaceous perennial.
Fine filigree foliage, tinted purple with an abundance of cobalt-blue flowers on dark stems.

50cm x 40cm, Sun, May - June

Cultivation: Any moderately fertile soil that doesn’t dry out. Cut hard back after flowering to encourage new growth and repeat flowering.
Avoid very dry locations which will leave the plants more vulnerable to mildew.

Rheum ‘Ace of Hearts’ AGM
Robust, hardy rhizomatous herbaceous perennial.
Smaller rheum with heart-shaped, dark green leaves, richly-veined in burgundy on reverse. Spikes of pale pink flowers.

100cm x 50cm, Sun or part shade, Jun - July

Cultivation: Moist humus-rich soil. Mulch crowns in late winter. Remove spent flower spikes. Divide clumps in spring.
Blackfly (black aphids) may be attracted to young shoots.

Rheum australe
Robust, hardy rhizomatous herbaceous perennial.
Deeply textured leaves with a reddish underside. Tiny red flowers massed on short stems.

180cm x 150cm, Sun or part shade, May - Jun

Cultivation: Any soil, will tolerate dry shade. Mulch crowns in late winter. Remove spent flower spikes. Divide clumps in spring.

Rheum palmatum ‘Hadspen Crimson’ AGM
Robust, hardy rhizomatous herbaceous perennial.
Young leaves are large, palmate and deeply incised, emerging crimson before ageing to green. Contrasting white flower spikes.

200cm x 100cm, Sun or part shade, May - June

Cultivation: Moist humus-rich soil. Mulch crowns in late winter. Remove spent flower spikes. Divide clumps in spring.
Blackfly (black aphids) may be attracted to young shoots.

Rodgersia pinnata ‘Chocolate Wing’
Large, hardy, clump-forming herbaceous perennial.
Big, bold, deeply divided pinnate foliage emerges a deep chocolate in spring, retaining deep flushes as it matures to green. Panicles of pink flowers in spring are followed by attractive pink-tinted seed-heads.

85cm x 60cm, Sun or part shade, May - June

Cultivation: Good deep humus-rich soil. Benefits from regular mulching. Slow to bulk up, but established clumps may be divided in spring.
Protect emerging shoots from slugs and snails in spring.

Salix alba var. sericea AGM
Hardy, medium-sized deciduous tree or large shrub depending on how it is pruned.
Beautiful, long, narrow silvery leaves in spring/summer which turn golden in autumn. Small, yellow catkins appear on the branches in spring. Can be pruned regularly to create a smaller shrub with an excellent foliage effect.

Maximum 15m x 10m, Full sun or dappled shade, Spring

Cultivation: Any fertile soil, but needs moisture to thrive. To use as a foliage plant, prune back to 30 cm above the ground each spring or every two years before coming into leaf. This reduces the end size and encourages it to produce vigorous upright stems with intensely silver leaves.

Salvia ‘Blue Note’
Small shrubby perennial with aromatic semi-evergreen foliage. Hardy in a sheltered spot with good drainage.
One of a new series of winter-hardy salvias. Small green aromatic foliage with deep blue flowers on dark stems.

60cm x 60cm, Sun, May until first frost

Cultivation: Any well-drained soil in a protected position. Plant out in early summer to allow plants to establish before winter. Frequent removal of old flower heads will promote more new flowers. Do not trim back established salvias until late spring, when the new growth has started and the risk of frosts has passed. Propagate by cuttings in summer.

Salvia ‘Royal Bumble’ AGM
Small shrubby perennial with aromatic semi-evergreen foliage. Hardy in a sheltered spot with good drainage.
Large, rich glowing-red flowers with purple-black calyces and stems, appear over a long period from late spring to autumn

75cm x 60cm, Sun, May until first frost

Cultivation: Any well-drained soil in a protected position. Plant out in early summer to allow plants to establish before winter. Frequent removal of old flower heads will promote more new flowers. Do not trim back established salvias until late spring, when the new growth has started and the risk of frosts has passed. Propagate by cuttings in summer.

Salvia ‘Nachtvlinder’ AGM
Small shrubby perennial with aromatic semi-evergreen foliage. Hardy in a sheltered spot with good drainage.
Masses of small, dark purple-maroon flowers.

75cm x 60cm, Sun, May until first frost

Cultivation: Any well-drained soil in a protected position. Plant out in early summer to allow plants to establish before winter. removal of old flower heads will promote more new flowers. Do not trim back established salvias until late spring, when the new growth has started and the risk of frosts has passed. Propagate by cuttings in summer.

Salvia ‘Serenade’
Hardy herbaceous perennial.
Spikes of violet-purple flowers on dark stems.

75cm x 60cm, Sun, May until first frost

Cultivation: Any good garden soil. Deadhead regularly to prolong flowering. Cuttings can be taken in summer.

Scilla hyacinthoides
Hardy bulbous herbaceous perennial.
Rosette of strap-like green leaves from which tall purplish stems carry a delicate raceme of starry violet-blue flowers.

100cm x 20cm, Sun, May - Jun

Cultivation: Any well-drained soil. Plant bulbs in autumn. Remove spent flower stalks. Bulbs need a warm spot to flower well.

Seseli libanotis
Short-lived, hardy, deciduous perennial cow parsley.
Fine, filigree foliage and umbels of pretty white flowers in summer.

60cm x 40cm, Sun, June - Aug

Cultivation: Any good garden soil. Sow seed in spring. Remove spent flower heads to prevent self-seeding.

Stipa tenuissima
Hardy, herbaceous clump-forming perennial grass.
Deciduous grass forming a compact upright clump. thread-like leaves and narrow, arching, feathery flowering panicles.

60cm x 50cm, Sun, July - Aug

Cultivation: Any well-drained soil that does not dry out completely. Propagate by division or seed. Tidy the plant by cuting back dead leaves in spring.

Thalictrum ‘Anne’
Hardy herbaceous perennial.
Tall ‘architectural’ plant with dark purple stems, green ferny foliage and topped with heads of white flowers opening from purple buds.

200cm x 50cm, Sun or part shade, June - Aug

Cultivation: Any well-drained but moisture retentive soil. A vigorous plant, may need staking in exposed situations. Cut down in late autumn to prevent wind rock during the winter. Divide clumps in spring.

Trollius x cultorum ‘Alabaster’
Hardy herbaceous clump-forming perennial.
Deeply divided green foliage and semi-double flowers of pale creamy-yellow. Not as vigorous as other hybrids.

75cm x 30cm, Sun or part shade, April - June

Cultivation: Any fertile soil, but needs moisture to thrive. Compact plant that can be slow to bulk up. Cut whole plant back after flowering to encourage a flush of new leaves. Divide clumps in spring.

Verbascum ‘Christo's Yellow Lightning’ AGM
Short-lived, hardy, deciduous perennial.
Vigorous form (from a seedling selected at Great Dixter) with densely packed pale yellow flowers carried on multi-branched spikes arising from rosettes of grey-green leaves.

150cm x 100cm, Sun or part shade, Jun - Sept

Cultivation: Best in well-drained alkaline soil. May be short-lived (3-4 years). Can be propagated by root cuttings in autumn.
Leaves can be disfigured by moth attack.

Verbena bonariensis AGM
Hardy herbaceous perennial.
Tall, thin, branching stems with small, sparse dark green leaves and large branched clusters of small purple flowers.

150cm x 20cm, Sun, July -Nov

Cultivation: Any good garden soil. May be short-lived. Allow to self-seed or collect seed to sow in spring or autumn. Cut old stems down in spring as new growth emerges from the base.

Zantedeschia aethiopica ‘Glencoe’
Large, hardy, clump-forming herbaceous perennial. HPS Conservation Scheme plant.
Good form of Arum lily with glossy green arrow-shaped leaves and abundant large white flower spathes over a long period.

150cm x 60cm, Sun, May - Oct

Cultivation: Any fertile soil, but needs moisture to thrive. Can be grown as a marginal plant. Divide clumps in spring.


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