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Incarvillea (Hardy Gloxinia)

Incarvillea is a small genus of hardy gloxinia-like perennials from China to Turkestan in the family of the Bignoniacea, which are usually tropical trees and vines. Incarvillea species make from early to late summer numerous trumpet-shaped flowers. Plants require a very free-running, well drained, rather sandy and rocky soil in a sunny spot. In colder climates protect the fleshy rhizomes with a thick mulch layer. Ideal plants for the rock garden.
Sow the paper like seeds flat in spring or autumn in any sandy soil in a protected, sunny spot. Transplant young rhizomes during dormancy in late autumn.
20 seeds per package.
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Incarvillea olgae

Incarvillea olgae

70 (100)cm, sub-shrub with pinnate leaves and erect stems with loose spikes of quite large, tubular, rose-pink flowers. For any rich, well drained, rather sandy and rocky soil in a sunny spot. VI-IX.
20 seeds per package.

price (plus Shipping Costs)
seed package 3123 € 4,99
Incarvillea sinensis ssp. variabilis

Incarvillea sinensis ssp. variabilis

50 (90)cm, sub erect subspecies with cream white to rose, trumpet-like flowers above ferny foliage, native of Central Asia. For any rich, well drained, rather sandy and rocky soil in a sunny spot. VI-IX.
20 seeds per package.

price (plus Shipping Costs)
seed package 3124 € 4,99