Our Garden@19. A garden blog following the year, preparing to open for the NGS, while enjoying visiting gardens, the beauty of nature, the plants, the wildlife and a sanctuary to relax in.
A lovely Christmas gift! (Nice with the red and green background, too!)
Thank you Eliza.
I thought this was a completely new one for me but I have had them in blue under the name of triteleia. However, I am sure they were not as early as your beautiful Christmas star. Amelia
There is a blue Ipheion Amelia.
Quite a beautiful star! I've not seen 'Alberto Castillo' before; in fact, I'm not sure any of my suppliers carry a named white... will have to check! Ipheon has been on my no.2 wish list - not being at all sure whether it will grow here. Perhaps I should give it a go anyway..? ;-)
i don't know how hardy they are Amy, this one is growing outside in a south facing well drained alpine bed.
Surely this isn't growing outside, Brian? Lovely to see it now, wherever it is
Yes it is Cathy, see answer above. I will have too look up last years flowering time.
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