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Succisella inflexa ‘Frosted Pearls’
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Succisella inflexa Frosted Pearls
Succisella inflexa Frosted Pearls

Succisella

Succisella inflexa ‘Frosted Pearls’ full sun  partial shade

For its snow-white Knautia-like globes tinged with just the slightest hint of icy blue, this new Jelitto Seeds perennial inspired its cultivar name. What inspired Devil’s Bit remains a mystery. Thin branching stems arise from a tidy, long-lived bushy clump of spatulate, dark green leaves, elevating the prolific pink-hued buds and sprightly flowers.

Counting Cephalaria and Morina as kin, ‘Frosted Pearls’ can be associated with ornamental grasses in the border or in a more wild area, and should definitely grace your next bouquet.

Blooms June–September.

Size: 2-1/2' high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 5.

Succisella inflexa ‘Frosted Pearls’ (P-1346)
Each $7.75
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