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Dracocephalum argunense ‘Fuji Blue’
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Dracocephalum argunense Fuji Blue

Dracocephalum

Dragon’s Head

If you’re looking for something showy to infill cracks and crevices throughout the rockery, this long-lived charmer could be your choice. A virtually carefree perennial, Dragon Head’s handsome, dark green tidy mounds and terminal spikes of little Snapdragon-like flowers guarantee to captivate, especially when massed.

Dracocephalum argunense ‘Fuji Blue’ full sun  partial shade

Originating in northeast Asia, this enchanting Dracocephalum boasts polished, needlelike foliage and brilliant blue helmet-shaped flowers, each highlighted with a light blue lip.

Blooms June–mid-August.

Size: 12" high x 10"–12" wide; hardy to zone 5.

Dracocephalum argunense ‘Fuji Blue’ (P-0932)
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AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER 2017



       


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