Pimpinella major Tall form

The Greater Burnet-Saxifrage from Central Europe and the Caucasus is actually a member of the carrot family, the Apiaceae and, in this form, bears flattened umbels of white to palest pink flowers in early summer on stems to 1m over serrated pinnate. Excellent in the garden for a wilder, natural feel and good for pollinators, giving a cow-parsley-like quality, but in July. Sun or part shade in most decent soils.

Pot size: 2L



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