Another dancing delphinium from north of the border, Cha Cha stands proud with sturdy stems, not too tall at around 3 feet, clothed in frilly triple blooms in a delicately lovely shade of pale pinky mauve. Hard to describe, but certainly charming. Full sun. Any reasonable soil. 36 in. 2 litre pot.
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We like just about all of these new Scottish delphiniums which have completely changed our mind about growing them or, rather, not growing them. Delphiniums, that is.
Just cut back after flowering to encourage a second flush and to ground level in late autumn.
Delphiniums are widespread across the globe, other than at the poles (unsurprisingly) and in Australia (just didn't find their way there), growing for the most part in mountainous areas. But you don't have to live half way up a mountain to grow them successfully, as they are very adaptable.
Delphinium Highlander Cha Cha is a tall hardy perennial with spires of frilled triple pale pinky mauve flowers in summer suitable for full sun.