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Crocosmia ‘Walberton Yellow’
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Crocosmia  Walberton Yellow

<i>Crocosmia</i> ‘Walberton Yellow’

<i>Crocosmia</i> ‘Walberton Yellow’

Crocosmia

Montbretia

Coveted by florists, these brightly colored flowers bloom along the length of tall, arching spikes, which emerge from handsome clumps of swordlike foliage. If given well drained soil and divided every two to three years, this fountain-shaped plant will continue to pour spectacular color into your garden for a long, long time.

Crocosmia ‘Walberton Yellow’ full sun  partial shade

The prized outcome from years of breeding this genus, David Tristram’s ‘Walberton Yellow’ puts on an extraordinary floral presentation. Freesia-like at first glance, two rows of large, closely nestled blooms are upright and open-faced, perfectly poised for viewing. Enhanced by decorative stamens, the sunny yellow petals backed in golden melon hues rise above attractive ribbed green blades, while orchestrating an ebullient symphony with Helenium ‘Bishop’ and Anemone ‘Andrea Atkinson’.

Blooms August–September.

Size: 2'–2-1/2' high x 2' wide; hardy to zone 6.

Crocosmia ‘Walberton Yellow’ (P-1082)
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