Iris versicolor ‘Kermesina’27th July 2018
Gypsywort (Lycopus europaeus)27th July 2018
Marsh woundwort (Stachys palustris) is a tall perennial British native marginal plant with dainty purple pinkish flowers from July to September. Attractive to bees and designated as a Plant for Pollinators by the RHS.
Please note these may be cut back in May to remove the dominant central stem and encourage thicker bushier growth.
Planting position: Marginal plant up to 10cm
Form: 9cm in a solid pot -please select size below
Recommended basket size min./ideal: 2 litre round/3.5 litre round
(Recommended basket sizes are for potting up 9cm (0.5 litre) plants only as these are supplied in solid pots. Larger sized plants are already in aquatic baskets so can go straight in the pond, however they may need potting up or splitting at some point)