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Where to grow in my garden?

 

Will suit damp soil and boggy areas in full sun to semi-shade.

 

Flowers: June-Sept

Habitat: Bog/marsh/fen and wet woodland

Height: Up to 120cm

Growth Type: Perennial

Position: Full sun to semi-shade

Soil Preference: Neutral to calcareous

 

 

Meadowsweet

£6.00Price
  • Filipendula ulmaria

     

    3 large root trained plants.

     

    Frothy clusters of cream flowers on tall stems have a strong, sweet scent.

     

    A good late nectar and pollen source, attracting bees, beneficial insects, birds, butterflies​/​moths and other pollinators. 

     

    The seeds provide food for birds.  

     

    Caterpillar food plant of the Brown Spot Pinion, Hebrew Character, Powdered Quaker and Emperor Moths.

     

    Advised to plant in informal groups to encourage recognition and attract bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects.