<i>Astrantia major</i> 'Ruby Wedding'
<i>Astrantia major</i> 'Ruby Wedding'
<i>Astrantia major</i> 'Ruby Wedding'
<i>Astrantia major</i> 'Ruby Wedding'

Astrantia major 'Ruby Wedding'

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This astrantia has stunning ruby-red pincushion flowers with a suggestion of white at the base of each petal. The leaves are pretty...

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This is the one of the finest dark astrantias with warm ruby overtones in the flowers and the stems are also dark as well Val Bourne - Garden Writer

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