Thalictrum delavayi Splendide White ('Fr21034') (PBR)

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This perennial dies back to below ground level each year in autumn, then fresh new growth appears again in spring.

  • Position: full sun or lightly dappled shade
  • Soil: fertile, moist soil
  • Rate of growth: average
  • Flowering period: June to July
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    This pretty perennial can be used to add height without density in the herbaceous border or edge of woodland. It has very attractive aquilegia-like foliage, but is at its best in summer, when the open sprays of pure white flowers burst upon the scene. A cooly elegant plant that mixes well with ferns.

  • Garden care: May need supporting with brushwood or garden canes. Divide congested plants as new growth begins in spring, although divisions may be slow to re-establish. Cut back flower stems to the ground in spring before the new growth starts to emerge.

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I love this plant

5

Produces lots of beautiful delicate flowers for months, needs little staking, clear white making a lovely contrast with other colours in the border.

Joan the Gardener

North Wales

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Beautiful plant

4

Bought two of these, one for a friend. Both healthy and beautiful flowers that lasted a long time in the garden. Hoping they have survived the Beast from the East this spring and will flower again this summer.

Christine

Surrey

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Elegant beauty

5

An absolute winner. Thalictrum is very difficult to grow on clay but should it not come back I will buy it again and grow it as an annual as it simply is gorgeous. I put it under a very big unforgiving maple with Solomon seal, Hebe, and white Dicentra spectabilis. It had to be looked after but it was worth it. I was surprised by the length of the flower production.

SL

London

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White beauty

5

A lovely change from the more usual lilac varieties. did well in its first season.

Cornish lass

Kent

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Will this do well in an East facing border?

Tina

Hello, Yes, provided it gets a reasonable amount of light it should be fine.

Helen

Hi Is Thalictrum slug resistant?

Cloudburst

Hello, Thalictrums tend to be less palatable to slugs, so they are generally left alone.

Helen

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