Oenothera lindheimeri Freefolk Rosy ('Harrfolk')

gaura ( syn. Gaura lindheimeri Freefolk Rosy )

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Buy Oenothera lindheimeri Freefolk Rosy ('Harrfolk') gaura ( syn. Gaura lindheimeri Freefolk Rosy ): A new variegated picotee form

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: average to fast-growing
  • Flowering period: May to September
  • Hardiness: fully hardy

    Pink-edged creamy white flowers form in airy panicles, that sway and flutter in the breeze above the cream, green and purple variegated foliage. A beautiful new addition, that looks sublime when teamed with ornamental grasses. It is not too big either, so will also be quite happy in a pot provided it is kept well watered.

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

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Lovely plant

5

I bought three of these to go in a large pot in a sunny spot. They flowered well and for a long time. They have so far been rather floppy but they will probably be stronger this year. I may end up putting them in flowerbed as I think they will outgrow the pot.

Fiona

Herts

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Stunning plant covered in flowers.

5

Wonderful plant which I put in a pot and it thrived all summ noer. Not sure whether to leave where it is for another season as little OKed so good or put the n the flower bed but whatever I am sure it will continue to thrive.

Anniesne

Kent

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Gentle plant

4

These plants live in a south facing border, many flowers on each stem. Summer plant, now December 19th and some flowers are still open. And I live in East Yorkshire, with clay soil. The stems are slight so they have a tendency to flop - I'm using triple ring supports (two uprights, 3 spaced rings). I'm not allowed to tell you where I got the supports but they really were a bargain for the home. Next summer they will add greatly to the mounds of dianthus in front of them.

Pat T

Hull, East Yorkshire

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