The white form of our native Ragged Robin, a wildflower of damp meadows and ditches. Ideal for naturalising in wild flower meadows or as a beautiful stand-alone plant in a border.
Slightly shorter and more refined than the ordinary Ragged Robin. Numerous stems of white flowers in May and June. Happy in sun or partial shade.
Loved by bees.
Common names of the normal Lychnis flos-cuculi include: Ragged Robin, Cock Robin, Shaggy Jacks, Robin Hood and Drunards.
Common name(s): White Ragged Robin