Linaria vulgaris

Linaria vulgaris

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(21 customer reviews)

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Description

Native yellow toadflax.

This native linaria is one of my favourites for the garden as it always reminds me of verges on country walks. Perfectly suited for borders where it will self seed.

Flowering: Spring-Autumn

Hardiness: Hardy

Height: 20-60cm

Spread: 15-40cm

 

Common Name: Common Toadflax / Butter and Eggs

Life Cycle: perennial

Family: Plantaginaceae

Foliage: Lanceolate

Basic Colour: (  yellow )

Flower Colour: yellow / orange

Natural Flowering: April – August

Winter Hardiness: Fully Hardy

Height with Flowers: 20-60cm

Soil Requirements:  average / moist / dry / well-drained / sandy

Soil ph: acidic / alkaline / neutral

Location:  container / cottage garden / border / rock garden / Mediterranean / crevice garden

Usage: ornamental / bee food plant / attracts butterflies

Pruning: leave to seed or else cut back regularly to encourage further flowering

Tolerates: drought tolerant / salt tolerant / deer resistance / rabbit resistance

Origin: United Kingdom, Europe and Central Asia

 

Additional information

Weight 250 g
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Description

Native yellow toadflax.

This native linaria is one of my favourites for the garden as it always reminds me of verges on country walks. Perfectly suited for borders where it will self seed.

Flowering: Spring-Autumn

Hardiness: Hardy

Height: 20-60cm

Spread: 15-40cm

 

Common Name: Common Toadflax / Butter and Eggs

Life Cycle: perennial

Family: Plantaginaceae

Foliage: Lanceolate

Basic Colour: (  yellow )

Flower Colour: yellow / orange

Natural Flowering: April – August

Winter Hardiness: Fully Hardy

Height with Flowers: 20-60cm

Soil Requirements:  average / moist / dry / well-drained / sandy

Soil ph: acidic / alkaline / neutral

Location:  container / cottage garden / border / rock garden / Mediterranean / crevice garden

Usage: ornamental / bee food plant / attracts butterflies

Pruning: leave to seed or else cut back regularly to encourage further flowering

Tolerates: drought tolerant / salt tolerant / deer resistance / rabbit resistance

Origin: United Kingdom, Europe and Central Asia

 

Additional information

Weight 250 g
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21 reviews for Linaria vulgaris

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  1. Pamela Rose (verified owner)

  2. Christine M. (verified owner)

    Excellent plant

  3. Kenneth Baker (verified owner)

  4. Carl Kingston (verified owner)

  5. Sara Maltby (verified owner)

  6. Marie (verified owner)

    Nice healthy plants bought to attract bees

  7. Kerryann James (verified owner)

    Lovely, healthy young plant. Looking forward to it bloom

  8. June (verified owner)

    Lovely healthy plant, very pleased

  9. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Plant in good condition.

  10. Joan Irodenko (verified owner)

    Strong plants well packed quick delivery would reccommend

  11. Mary Jackson (verified owner)

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  14. Elaine Allsop (verified owner)

    Lovlry flowers and drought tolerant

  15. Sylvia Smith (verified owner)

  16. Michael Cohen (verified owner)

    Made a great display in my last garden ; waxy flaxy yellow flowers

  17. Anonymous (verified owner)

  18. Diana Tunnicliff (verified owner)

    This one arrived with flowers already on it! Brilliant.

  19. Charlie L. (verified owner)

    Another really healthy plant.

  20. Julia S. (verified owner)

  21. Sharon G. (verified owner)

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