SIDALCEA ELSIE HEUGH

SIDALCEA ELSIE HEUGH

5.50

Sidalcea is sometimes called the miniature hollyhock, and you can see why, when above the lobed basal leaves rise elegant narrow spires clothed with lovely pink bowl-shaped flowers, stopping just  short of 3 feet. Elsie Heugh’s mid-summer flowering period is pleasingly long. Likes the sun. Any reasonable soil, but not clay. 2 litre pot.

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You can cut back old flowering stems, but they will keep on flowering regardless in any case!

Sidalcea Elsie Heugh is a tall hardy perennial plant with lobed leaves and spikes of bowl shaped fringed shell pink flowers in summer suitable for full sun.


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