Succisa pratensis hybrids
Blue to lilac flowering with compact habit.
These are excellent for pollinating bees and butterflies with abundance of flowers throughout summer and in to early Autumn. Dark green waxy foliage that is far neater than Scabiosa. Plant in the garden border, rock garden or container.
These are ideal in both moist and drought prone area’s around the garden. We have tested both area’s and they can self seed and sustain as a hardy perennial in both locations.
Flowering: Summer-early Autumn
Common Name: Devil’s bit Scabious
Life Cycle: Perennial
Basic Colour: ( blue )
Flower Colour: blue / lilac / cream
Natural Flowering: May – September
Winter Hardiness: Fully Hardy
Height with Flowers: 25cm
Soil Requirements: well-drained / average / moist / dry
Soil ph: acid / alkaline / neutral
Location: border / rock garden / container / cottage garden
Usage: ornamental / butterfly attraction / pollinating insects
Pruning: dead head regularly to encourage flowering
Tolerates: drought tolerant / moist soils
Origin: England – Northern Africa
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