Convolvulus Cneorum - 9cm Potted Shrub Growing Chart
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Convolvulus Cneorum - 9cm Potted Shrub
- Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit
- Shimmering evergreen silver leaves
- Classy white trumpet flowers in abundance
- Shrub studded with attractive red buds before flowering
- Five months of flowers every year
- Drought tolerant, great for dry summers
- Flowers even in poor soils, given full sun
- 9cm potted plant, delivered to your door
Enjoy the winning attributes of Convolvulus cneorum, a tidy Mediterranean shrub with shimmering silver leaves that catch the sunlight. From June large white trumpet flowers open up all over the shrub from slim tall pink-red buds. The flowers put on their show until November.
Grow at the front of flower beds or in containers where they form neat mounds. You can even grow them in a line 20-30cm (8-12in) apart to form a low hedge, great for pollinating insects like bees.
Plant in full sun and your Convolvulus cneorum shrub will soldier on, producing lots of flowers even when planted in nutrient-poor shallow soil and denied of water in summer droughts.
We recommend that you plant tulips near to your Convolvulus shrub. The silver of the leaves provide a beautiful backdrop for the bright, vibrant colours of tulips. Similarly plant snowdrop bulbs nearby where the white flowers of snowdrops complement the Convolvulus leaves in late winter.See Full Description +
- Quantity 1x 9cm Potted Shrub
- Height Up To: 60cm / 24in
Delivery: Early March to Early September