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New Perovskia (Perovskia atriplicifolia 'Blue Spire')

The Linaria in the back garden had died - so I've replaced it with a Perovskia.



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I really like these... i have been pondering on one for a while,,,, they do get big don't they...might be another little answer for the back of the fairy garden....

21 Jul, 2009

 

They get about 3' tall, Angie - but you cut them back in the spring, so they don't take over. I think you'd love one there. :-)

21 Jul, 2009

amy
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I have one and I love it , did you see the photo I put on of a whole row of it along the kerb side in a village in France Spritz , I would love to have the room to do that , it was covered in Bees .!

21 Jul, 2009

 

mmmmm i definately think i would..... mmmmmm thinking of being rather naughty again...onto ebay i go lol......

22 Jul, 2009

 

I'll take a look, Amy! I like plants that attract insects - I have a number of these Perovskias, mostly in the top border, as I like them so much!

22 Jul, 2009



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