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Ceratostigma willmottianum Forest Blue (lice)

willmottianum Forest Blue (lice)
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- Ceratostigma willmottianum Forest Blue
- Blue flowers late Summer and Autumn
- compact habit
- beautiful Autumn foliage colours
- compact habit

Plant Information

Ceratostigma willmottianum Forest Blue is a variety which was raised by famous breeder Peter Catt at Liss Forest Nurseries in Hampshire. It forms a low spreading shrub with bristly foliage with a slight purple margin, in late summer and autumn masses of deep blue flowers are produced.

Ceratostigma willmottianum Forest Blue is a very useful shrub that comes into its own as many other flowers are finishing and makes a tidy mound, in addition to the flowers the leaves turn a beautiful yellow before they fall. Best grown in a well drained soil in full sun.

 

Genus: Ceratostigma
Variety: willmottianum Forest Blue (lice)
Category: Shrub

Height & Spread: 1 x 1.5m.
Flower Colour: Blue
Foliage: Deciduous
Soil Type: Most
Aspect: Full Sun to dappled shade
Season of Interest: Summer into Autumn
Plant Breeders Rights: LICE EU PVR 2772 applies, propagation for resale is illegal without a license from the breeder.

Colours and sizes are approximate and are intended as a guideline and may vary according to local conditions

 
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Ceratostigma willmottianum-Forest-Blue-(lice) - 2.5L pot

Ceratostigma willmottianum Forest Blue, Blue flowers late Summer and Autumn, compact habit, beautiful Autumn foliage colours, compact habit

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