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Astrantia major 'Moira Reid'


Astrantia major 'Moira Reid'  (Astrantia major 'Moira Reid')

A sport of Marjory Fish's Astrantia major 'Shaggy', Astrantia major 'Moira Reid' was given an Award of Merit on 16th. July 1991 by the Royal Horticultural Society. It is totally hardy, spreads politely and most of its seedlings come true to their parent. According to The Plant Finder it is widely available.
In full bloom for most of the Summer the grey-green flowers often measure as much as four inches across.



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i have one of thes plants they are good for keeping the slugs off my hosta.its really loverly and its nice to have green in with the flower.

29 May, 2008

 

Brilliant photo, brilliant plant, thanks for this, really nice.

27 Dec, 2009

 

Very pretty, is it true about the slugs?

8 Nov, 2010



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