Scabiosa Columbaria. It is hardy to uk zone 6. See above for usda hardiness.
They make excellent cut flowers and also attract butterflies. These bright scabiosa columbaria are heavy bloomers that will charm butterflies, hummingbirds and humans. The genus name scabiosa comes from the latin scabies meaning the itch in reference to the plant's rough leaves which.
Scabiosa / S K Eɪ B I ˈ Oʊ S Ə / Is A Genus In The Honeysuckle Family (Caprifoliaceae) Of Flowering Plants.
Scabiosa columbaria in the germplasm resources information network (grin), u.s. This compact cultivar has an exceptionally long flowering period, lasting from spring to autumn. Scabiosa columbaria is a perennial herb widely used as herbal medicine throughout its distributional range in tropical africa, asia, and europe.
Scabiosa, Commonly Called Pincushion Flower, Is A Genus Of About 80 Species Of Annuals, Biennials And Perennials Primarily From The Mediterranean Region But Also From Other Parts Of Europe, The Caucasus, Africa, Asia And Japan.
Confusa rouy scabiosa columbaria var. Landscape / perennial gardens garden height: & godr., 1850 scabiosa communis rouy scabiosa communis subsp.
Asterocephalus Columbaria Wallr., Asterocephalus Hoffmannianus Opiz, Asterocephalus Rubellus (Opiz) Opiz, Columbaria Rubella Opiz, Columbaria Vulgaris J.
Small scabious, scabiosa columbaria, is a pretty perennial native to the uk, bearing pale purple flowers on branched stems from early summer and well into autumn. Hlaváč obyčejný (presl 1819), hlaváč obecný (opiz 1852), hlaváč fialový (dostál 1950, kubát 2002) slovenská jména: Across (7 cm), atop wiry stems,.
12 To 20 Inches (26 To 30 Cm) Including Flower Stem.
Presl, scabiosa rubella opiz česká jména: It is in flower from july to september, and the seeds ripen from august to september. Scabiosa columbaria 'butterfly blue' common name(s):
They Make Excellent Cut Flowers And Also Attract Butterflies.
Peduncularis rouy scabiosa columbaria var. Scabiosa columbaria 'butterfly blue' common name: The genus name scabiosa comes from the latin scabies meaning the itch in reference to the plant's rough leaves which.