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Antenamaria dioica minius ruba.


Antenamaria dioica minius ruba. (Antennaria dioica (Mountain everlasting))

A low forming plant with downy green-grey leaves. Putting out a twelve inch stem of flowers, which start off ruby red which finally changes colour to a soft pink. The flowers are everlasting, so the whole stem drys nicely for further use.



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This is beautiful is this Ruby lights as I have one looks the same.

6 Dec, 2009

 

I dont know Morgana. I cannot rember the name of it. I will have to Google it. The flowers are everlasting though.

6 Dec, 2009

 

You are like me lol Andrew on here ID this one for me.

6 Dec, 2009

 

looks lovely what ever it is.

6 Dec, 2009

 

I will find what it is called.

7 Dec, 2009

uma
Uma
 

Beautiful plants! May I say the names, just try...the little one is Antennaria dioica "Rubra"and the tall one is Ammobium alatum grandiflorum...

7 Dec, 2009

 

Many thanks Uma. Do you have this plant in your garden?

8 Dec, 2009

uma
Uma
 

No, Faerieflora, I don't. But know them from my plant book.

8 Dec, 2009

 

Well Uma, it was good of you to search it out for me. Thank you.

8 Dec, 2009



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