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Adenophora FAIRYBELLS™ Gaudi Violet

Adenophora = ‘Gaudi Violet’

Adenophora confusa FAIRYBELLS™ ‘Gaudi Violet’ is praised for its free-flowering habit, terminal racemes of elegant, soft violet drooping bell-shaped flowers, held on upright stems well above the foliage.

‘Gaudi Violet’ has a good blooming period: early summer through fall (June – September). Deadhead to re-bloom. Re-blooming well and continuing after many other perennials have finished. Foliage: Strong healthy green foliage, with a tight clumping habit.

Description / Plant Notes:

  • USDA Zone 4 (-30°F or -34°C)
  • Elegant upright form
  • Good flowering period June – fall
  • Tight clumping habit, 18″ x 18″ at maturity

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PK Sheet
USDA Zone: 4 - 9
Height: 12 to 18-inches
30 to 46-centimeters
Spread: 12 to 18-inches
30 to 46-centimeters
Seasons: Early Summer, Summer, Late Summer, Autumn
Flower Colors: Violet-blue, Pale lavender
Foliage Colors: Green
Light Levels: Full-Sun
Growth Habit: Clumping, with columnar flower spikes
Usage: Container Gardens, Containers, Garden border, Gardens, Landscapes, Mass landscape planting, Pollinator Plant, Pots
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Grower Culture

General:
 
Media: Well-draining media
Water: Well-Drained to Moderate
 
Crop Timing from Rooted Liners:
 
1-gallon: 12 to 14-weeks with 1 ppp