Cerinthe major 'Purpurascens'

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I would buy this plant again.

5

Impressive plants supplied they grew well good instructionssupplied with them. Recommended

Steve

Newcastle under Lyme

Yes

Lovely plant

5

This is a very pretty summer plant. The bees love it. Also readily self seeds whether planted in a container or the border. I also save the seeds and just sprinkle them during the spring. I wouldn't be without this plant.

Shaz

London

Yes

Bees loved it

5

This plant is really pretty, much admired by visitors to the garden, including bees. It flowered for ages and seems to have self seeded very well. As you can tell I am no gardener but this lovely cerinthe made me look as if I knew something about the great outdoors. Thank you.

Jonesy

Norfolk

Yes

Highly recommended

4

A very useful hardy annual which looks great at the front of a sunny border or in pots on the patio. Lovely blue-green foliage with nodding blue-purple tubular flowers. Seeds itself around quite freely without becoming invasive.

Liz

Bristol

Yes

Cerinthe major 'Purpurascens'

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