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Digitalis purpurea 'Sutton's Apricot' AGM Tubular, apricot, flowers from June to August on tall stately spires above a rosette of rough, mid green leaves. Height 120 to 150cm. Spread 30-45cm. Biennial but seeds freely.

Digitalis purpurea 'Sutton's Apricot' AGM Tubular, apricot, flowers from June to August on tall stately spires above a rosette of rough, mid green leaves. Height 120 to 150cm. Spread 30-45cm. Biennial but seeds freely.

These images are flowers from my garden and I have teamed them up with sayings that describe how I often feel when I am outside working to make it a place of beauty and peace.

Acanthus spinosus is an herbaceous perennial.  There are other species but this is my favourite as I prefer it's more dissected, thistle-like leaves.  A mature clump in flower is an impressive site.  Scroll down this board for further details.

Acanthus spinosus is an herbaceous perennial. There are other species but this is my favourite as I prefer it's more dissected, thistle-like leaves. A mature clump in flower is an impressive site. Scroll down this board for further details.

LOVE THIS COLOR! FYI......FOXGLOVE IS IN THE DIGITALIS "WORLD" OF PLANTS, AND THE WORLD OF HEART MEDICINE....DIGITALIS.

LOVE THIS COLOR! FYI......FOXGLOVE IS IN THE DIGITALIS "WORLD" OF PLANTS, AND THE WORLD OF HEART MEDICINE....DIGITALIS.

meadow rue Thalictrum 'Splendide WhitePosition: 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

meadow rue Thalictrum 'Splendide WhitePosition: 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

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