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Lysimachia barystachys has Common Names: loosestrife,gooseneck.
Strong plant or division grown in a 9 cm pot but supplied without the plastic pot to avoid environmental waste (we reuse)
RHS Award of garden merit
RHS Plants for pollinators 
Imagine a herbaceous version of a compact flowered buddleia; Lysimachia barystachys is a vigorous herbaceous perennial forming an extensive colony of erect stems up to 0.8m in height, with narrow, greyish hued green lush foliage. Leaves sometimes turning orange and red shades in autumn. Small pure white flowers are borne in slender terminal spikes over a long season.  Makes an amazing cut flower - in cool conditions stems can last up to a month in water.
Best grown in humus rich moist soil which does not dry out, in sun or partial shade
Foliage: deciduous
Height: 50 - 100 in cm 2 to 5 years
Spread: 50 - 100
Planting Location:Flower borders and beds Cottage & Informal Garden, cut flower gardens Wildlife gardens
The pictures in this listing are examples of the available plant at maturity and do not indicate anything in regards to size of plant at the point of sale

Lysimachia barystachys Loosestrife or division, white flower

SKU: BP202400559
  • Lysimachia
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