This little fellow thinks he is a bedding plant, as he seems to try to keep on flowering as long as possible between late spring and autumn. Scabiosa Kudo forms a low mound of rather ferny foliage, above which rise wiry stems holding frilly powderpuff pink flowers. Just brilliant. Sun or semi-shade. Any well drained soil. 15 in. 1 litre pot.
Very new indeed, as it only arrived on the market in 2015. Kudo was originally bred in Japan, which presumably explains the slightly unusual name, as kudo is a martial art as in judo, kendo etc.
Scabiosa Incisa Kudo is a hardy compact perennial with ferny leaves and ruffled pink pincushion flowers all summer suitable for sun or semi-shade.
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