Nepeta is, of course, catmint but we are in big cat territory here, as...
A great specimen plant to bring a bit of a glow to a shady corner, the...
Whorls of tubular lemon custard flowers with a hint of burnt orange on...
Named after a famous ornithologist and plant collector, this is a delightful little plant, forming a clump of evergreen lance-shaped foliage, above which dangle from spring into early summer, and often much later) loose clusters of intense blue flowers. Gorgeous. Likes a shady spot. Any reasonable soil. 6-8 in. 9cm pot.
Warning: Last few in stock!
|Height||6 to 8 in|
|Aspect||Prefers a shady spot|
|Soil type||Moist but well drained soil|
|Packing weight||1.5 kg|
Sounds like it ought to have flowers of a reddish shade, given the name, but - as indicated above - Cherry Ingram was a person. Collingwood Ingram, in actual fact. The Cherry bit was a nickname bestowed on him because of his specialism in Japanese cherry trees.
Omphalodes Cherry Ingram is a hardy evergreen perennial plant with pointed leaves and blue forget me not flowers in spring and early summer suitable for shade.