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<i>Astrantia major</i> 'Rubra'
<i>Astrantia major</i> 'Rubra'
<i>Astrantia major</i> 'Rubra'
<i>Astrantia major</i> 'Rubra'

Astrantia major 'Rubra'

masterwort

Small, papery, plum-coloured, pincushion-like flowers surrounded by a ruff of wine-tinted bracts, are produced from June to August...

2 litre pot
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Smaller flowers and not as red as many but an excellent encore planted among hellebores Val Bourne - Garden Writer

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