Wednesday, 26 August 2009

Looking good at the moment...

Helenium 'Chipperfield Orange'
The sneezeweeds, prairie plants from the Americas, flower in late summer and early autumn. They associate well with grasses, sedums and the fading bracts of eryngiums. This variety, with a clearer, brighter colour than some of the duskier forms, is valuable in giving potentially uniform autumnal plantings a jolt.

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