Arnebia pulchra

Arnebia pulchra

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Description

Stunning yellow flowers with black Spots.

These plants are notoriously hard to propagate but once established are everlasting. Their flowers start yellow with black spots then eventually fade to white spots. These then fade to leave pastel yellow flowers. A rare delight for any keen alpine Gardner and enthusiast alike. Ideally grow in a free draining soil on the alpine rock garden, scree bed or containers. Also great plant for alpine houses.

Due to the tricky nature of seed production and germination this is rarely available and sporadic in germination so please use instock notifier so you can be notfied every tim we have a batch.

Flowering: Spring-Summer

Hardiness: Hardy

Height: 30cm

Spread: 30-40cm

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Weight 250 g
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Description

Stunning yellow flowers with black Spots.

These plants are notoriously hard to propagate but once established are everlasting. Their flowers start yellow with black spots then eventually fade to white spots. These then fade to leave pastel yellow flowers. A rare delight for any keen alpine Gardner and enthusiast alike. Ideally grow in a free draining soil on the alpine rock garden, scree bed or containers. Also great plant for alpine houses.

Due to the tricky nature of seed production and germination this is rarely available and sporadic in germination so please use instock notifier so you can be notfied every tim we have a batch.

Flowering: Spring-Summer

Hardiness: Hardy

Height: 30cm

Spread: 30-40cm

Additional information

Weight 250 g
Climate

Flowering season

,

Height

Planting area

, , ,

Position

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Flower Colour

,

Types

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  1. Stephen Gifford (verified owner)

    A sound little plant, very difficult to find. Look forward to flowers. Thank you

  2. Mark (verified owner)

    A nice healthy looking plant, to look at, it looked a bit delicate, but it hasn’t been the least bit bothered by the high winds or the biting, teeth-shivering temperatures.

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