Botanical Name Lychnis flos-cuculi ' Petite Henri' - NEW
Common Name - 'Ragged-Robbin'
Description – ‘Petite Henri’ boasts candelabra of shaggy, double- flowering flowers on tall stems. The calyx adds additional interest as they are maroon in colour against the white flowers. The flowers are held above a compact clump of green foliage, attracting butterflies and bees into the garden. It's an easy-care perennial which makes an excellent cut flower.
Flower Time Beautiful upright white double flowers displayed from spring to autumn.
Size Foliage growing 45-60cm x 45-60 cm with flower stems
Uses A spectacular plant for borders, rockeries, cottage gardens and containers. Especially pretty as an underplanting en-masse under trees
Position A hardy plant which tolerates full sun to part shade conditions. Frost hardy
Maintenance - Cut back after flowering to encourage new growth.
At a Glance
- I promise to flower
- Part Shade
- Under trees with part sun/shade
- Excellent Cut flower