All plants are sold in at least 9cm pots, NOT tiny plug plants!

Cenolophium denudatum

£4.75

Plant Information

Aspect: Full Sun
Aspect: Light/Partial Shade
Soil Type: Most Types
Soil Type: Well-Drained
Colour: White

Adding a delicate airiness to the summer border, Cenolophium denudatum (Baltic Parsley) is a lovely hardy perennial plant with abundant and elegant, flat-topped umbels, 5 in. wide (12 cm), of creamy white flowers floating atop mounds of dark-green, semi-evergreen fern-like foliage. A favourite of designers, it gracefully mingles with other plants, adding unmatched elegance. Blooming over an extremely long flowering period,

Drought tolerant, fairly pest-free and disease-free, add this charming and graceful plant to the landscape and you will be rewarded with abundant happy butterflies, bees and pollinating insects.

Vigorously growing up to 3-4 ft. high (90-120 cm) and spreading up to 24 in. (60 cm), Baltic Parsley is an ideal addition to beds and borders, prairie plantings, wildflower gardens. Excellent as fresh cut flowers or for <strong>dried arrangements.

Performs best in full sun or part shade, in moist, well-drained soils. Tolerates full shade. Baltic Parsley is not fussy about soil conditions and tolerates clay and heavy soils.

Height: 120cm

Common name(s): Baltic Parsley

Information

  • All our plants are hardy and perennial (come back year after year) unless otherwise specified in the description.
  • Every plant we sell is sold established in at least a 9cm pot, although many are in bigger pots. Unlike some nurseries, we do not sell plug plants because these require ongoing care when you receive them. Our plants can be planted in your garden as soon as you receive them, or they can be left in their pots for several weeks until you are ready to plant them.
  • As we grow everything ourselves and cannot just buy more stock when levels are low, there will be times when certain varieties are unavailable until the next batch has grown on.
  • We are not technically 'organic' but, as far as possible, we limit the use of pesticides and chemicals. We are fortunate enough to be situated in the countryside and we enjoy the environment and natural world that surrounds us, so we do what we reasonably can to protect it.
If you have any questions about our plants, please feel free to contact us and we'll be happy to help.