Incarvillea olgae

Penstemon-like pink trumpet flowers over a very long succession in summer and autumn, carried atop many upright slender stems to about 1m tall; the stems clothed in short pretty pinnate foliage composed of narrow, sometimes dissected leaflets. Extremely hardy and drought tolerant and best planted in well drained soil in full sun. A collection of this long lived woody based perennial found in Tajikistan, C. Asia.

Pot size: 2L
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