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Hello,

Any idea what these plants are?

I saw them at Penthorpe Gardens in Norfolk and seems that the bees and butterlies loved them...

Many thanks for any help.

Cheers,
Ian

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  • Posted: Sun. 8th September 2013 14:09

Re: Penthorpe Plants

Reply from Carol

The first one looks like Monarda (a kind of bergamot - not the citrus) and the third is Echinops. The middle one I'm not so sure. It could be Perovskia or Agastache or Veronicastrum - have a look about and see what you think.

  • Posted: Mon. 9th September 2013 18:03

Re: Penthorpe Plants

Reply from Angie Robertson

First is Monarda, possibly Cambridge Scarlet although there are lots of varieties available. The second is Echinops and the third might be Salvia x sylvestris Rose Queen.

  • Posted: Thu. 12th September 2013 17:26