Gaura lindheimeri Rosyjane ('Harrosy') (PBR)

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Buy Gaura lindheimeri Rosyjane ('Harrosy') (PBR) gaura: A new form with unusually coloured flowers

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

  • Position: full sun
  • Soil: fertile, moist, but well-drained soil
  • Rate of growth: fast-growing
  • Flowering period: May to September
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    A real breakthrough in flower colour this selection has white flowers with a pink picotee edge. It is a bushy, clump-forming perennial, which poduces its flowers for a long period from late spring to early autumn. This plant will grow to around 75cms tall so is suited to the middle or back of any sunny border. A stunner from Hardy's Cottage Plants, it was launched at The Chelsea Flower Show in 2008.

  • Garden care: Resist the temptation to cut back after the plant has flowered, as it takes on beautiful autumn tints, particularly in cold weather. Cut back and divide large colonies in spring.

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striking

5

I bought a small plant from crocus a few years ago and it just went from strength to strength however, a mouse or squirel ( I think - but no one can help that) dug up and ate one nasty winter so in the spring I bought 3 x 9cm plants and put them in a very large pot as this plant grows quickly and does get big (not height). They flowered all summer looking striking. As long as you follow the excellent instructions from Crocus, you should have no trouble for any gardener at any stage,

The Gnome

CAMBRIDGESHIRE

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A must for a sunny border

4

A dainty delight that managed to survive "the beast from the east" and even self seeded to my great joy.

Miss Jessie

Greater London

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I would buy this product again

5

Lovely plant that flowers profusely flowers look like small pink butterflies

Thomas Robertson

Dalkeith Midlothian Scotland

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Will buy again

4

Saw the plant in neighbours garden and liked them. Need to buy some more to make a better and bigger show. Different colours as well.

Dave the tryer

East Sussex

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I would buy this product again

4

This is truly a beautiful plant that we only found a few years ago. If placed in the ground it can grow extremely widely so have kept in a pot this time. Unfortunately the 'beast from the east' has made all the foliage brown and failing but that has happened to so many of our plants - from Photinias to Rhododendrons that we feel we must just be in the same boat as many, many others. Time, hopefully, will help.

rosie1

Isle of Anglesey

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Lovely plant

5

Quick, strong grower, very hardy. Lots of very pretty delicate flowers. Plant arrived in good condition, strong and healthy. Would definitely buy again.

JW

Hertfordshire

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What a trooper!

5

For various reasons I wasn't able to plant this Gaura in the garden, so it stayed in its pot (a not especially roomy plastic pot) - and flowered its socks off right into November. It needed some companions to make a great show but even on its ownsome it looked lovely. All I had to do was water it sometimes and keep it between other plants so the pot didn't topple over (the stems didn't need support.) I put it in a sheltered spot for winter and before the snow it was still looking healthy. (Not sure now - the snow is covering most stuff out there.) A real trooper!

Teejay

Hampshire

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Very pleased

5

I bought my Gaura's as a deal of three different varieties. They arrived very well packed and were planted out as 9 small sticks with the odd flower still hanging on for dear life in October 2016. It seemed for the whole of 2017 I had a profusion of white and pink flowers in my front and back gardens. Very pleased and I'm looking forward to the flowers this year.

Fairweather Gardner

Essex

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Lovely Gaura

4

A lovely perennial. I have 3 of these pink varieties alongside 3 white Gaura and the effect is very good, especially where they mingle together. The pink ones are more "loose" than the white variety but this can be addressed by a mid season prune to half height which produces a shorter more upright form.

Jimbo

Preston Lancashire

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Gaura

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We live close to the sea in the south and I bought these to go under a window sill in the front garden. I have seen them in gardens near by and also in Europe when on holiday. They flowered all summer and looked very attractive waving in the breeze. I have cut off the top lightly, and am waiting to see if they survive the winter, which I hope they will

Joyce

Hayling \island

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