If you can't cope with the challenging Latin name of Phyteuma Scheuchzeri (and we wouldn't blame you for that), try its common name of horned rampion - if you look at the clusters of violet-blue flowers that appear in early to mid-summer, you will see how it came by that name. The basal leaves are linear and form a little evergreen clump: this delicate little charmer will do well at the front of a border or in a rockery. Sunny spot. Well drained soil. 15 in. 1 litre pot.
A native of European mountain slopes, but will put up being sited in the less spectacular surroundings of a British garden.
Phyteuma Scheuchzeri is a hardy low growing perennial plant with pointed leaves and globular horned violet blue flowers in summer suitable for full sun.
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