<i>Melianthus major</i>
<i>Melianthus major</i>
<i>Melianthus major</i>
<i>Melianthus major</i>
<i>Melianthus major</i>
<i>Melianthus major</i>

Melianthus major

As they unfurl in early spring, the spectacular, grey-green leaves up to 50cm (20in) long reveal serrated edges that look as though...

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Crisply serrate foliage, in misty blue-green, erupts from the ground in late summer and this impressive plant may even produce a totally superfluous waxy maroon-brown flower spike for you in hot summers Val Bourne - Garden Writer

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