Valeriana alliariifolia

White flowers from palest-pink buds rise above the foliage on slender stems in late spring/early summer. Leaves are bold, cordate (heart shaped) and slightly grey-green. A hardy Caucasian perennial collected originally in Georgia. A species widely confused with V. tillifolia in cultivation, which has larger green leaves. For sun or semi-shade, not too dry.

Pot size: 1L



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