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Marbled leaves with a soft velvety texture and large, cupped, blue flowers with white centres and maroon veins in late summer.
By far the best rose-pink form available. This Erodium has a slightly larger habit than its predecessors, whilst maintaining a compact habit, lovely dark foliage and vibrant pink flowers through summer.
A compact habit, with flower spikes that progress from red-orange at the top to creamy white at the bottom, makes this a must have variety. Good as a cut flower and it will flower all summer long.
Has plentiful violet flowers in summer and autumn, held in domed heads and good foliage, with long toothy leaves that arch rigidly out from the upright flowering stalks.
A vigorous sport from the well know H. 'Marmalade', with deeply-lobed and ruffled leaves which are a glowing lime to chartreuse green all season long.