Pros: a majestic plant, Cons: nothing.
Native to the north-eastern United States , these are magnificent architectural plants up to 2 metres in height. Their imposing stature makes them perfect subjects to fill the back of a bed with Rudbeckia, Helianthus, Miscanthus and other tall-stemmed varieties.
Veronicastrum 'Lavendelturm' has lanceolate leaves more than 20 cm long and very long lavender-blue flower spikes in July-August.
Grow in the sun or partial shade ordinary soil, that is sufficiently moist in summer and well-drained in winter.
Height: 2 metres. Planting distance: 80 cm. Very hardy.
- 0,5L pot
- Hardiness zones : zone 7-10
- Height: 150 to 200cm
- Plant spacing: 80 cm
- Flower colour: mauve
- Flowering period: summer flowers
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