Opposites attract plant combination

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Buy Opposites attract plant combination: <ul>Simple combintions are often extremely effective - like this yellow and blue one, which will give several weeks of colour from midsummer, well into autumn.<br><br>In this collection you will receive 3 of each of the following plants, each in a 9cm pot.<ul><br><li><b>Achillea 'Credo':</b>Flat, plate-like heads of yellow flowers, which fade to cream as they mature, are held high on tall stems above the fern-like foliage. This achillea will become drought-tolerant as it matures, and the flowers last well in cut arrangements. Grows to 1.2m.<br><br><li><b>Perovskia 'Blue Spire':</b>With its aromatic leaves and upright spikes of violet-blue flowers, Russian sage makes a wonderful companion to all kinds of late-summer ornamental grasses and perennials. This deciduous sub-shrub makes a real impact planted en masse alongside a path. Grows to 1.2m.</li></ul>

The plants in this collection will die right back in autumn, then fresh new growth will appear again in spring.

    Simple combintions are often extremely effective - like this yellow and blue one, which will give several weeks of colour from midsummer, well into autumn.

    In this collection you will receive 3 of each of the following plants, each in a 9cm pot.

    • Achillea 'Credo':Flat, plate-like heads of yellow flowers, which fade to cream as they mature, are held high on tall stems above the fern-like foliage. This achillea will become drought-tolerant as it matures, and the flowers last well in cut arrangements. Grows to 1.2m.

    • Perovskia 'Blue Spire':With its aromatic leaves and upright spikes of violet-blue flowers, Russian sage makes a wonderful companion to all kinds of late-summer ornamental grasses and perennials. This deciduous sub-shrub makes a real impact planted en masse alongside a path. Grows to 1.2m.

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