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Sanguinaria canadensis 'Plena' - 2011


By Andrewr

Sanguinaria canadensis 'Plena' - 2011 (Sanguinaria canadensis)

Small perennial, growing from a rhizome, for moist, humusy soil in full or part shade. Flowers open just as the bluish grey-green foliage unfolds. Only a few inches tall but up to one foot across

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what a beautiful flower.
do you plant these in autumn?

29 Mar, 2011


Wow...a foot across! What a beauty!

29 Mar, 2011


Sticki - yes, I planted them last September. You'll probably need to go to a specialist bulb supplier to get them - I've seen them in the Avon Bulbs and Pottertons catalogues

29 Mar, 2011


thank you, its really lovely

29 Mar, 2011


Stunning like all your photos you've put on.

2 Apr, 2011


I just got this at my local GC...I am sooooooo chuffed!!

11 May, 2011


is it expensive karen?

11 May, 2011


No, not at all....I'm sure it was less than a fiver, but to be honest I can't remember the exact price.

11 May, 2011


thats not bad for such a lovely flower

11 May, 2011

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