Lychnis Snow Cloud
A sensational perennial that produces an abundance of brilliant pure-white flowers, occasionally with a lime green hue from spring to early summer.
Unusual sticky stems bear narrow, dark green leaves and clusters of flowers, attracting pollinators whilst also making a stunning display for courtyard or gardens alike.
|Botanical Name||Lychnis flos-cuculi|
|Common Name||Snow Cloud|
|Key Features||Brilliant pure-white flowers, occasionally with a lime green hue from spring to early summer.|
|Size||Foliage growing to 40-45cm with flower stems up to 50cm tall.|
|Position||A hardy plant which tolerates frost and a full sun to part sun location.|
|Description||Unusual sticky stems bear narrow, dark green leaves and clusters of pure white flowers.|
|Cultural Notes||Cut back after flowering to encourage new growth. Maintain consistent moisture in a nutrient rich, free draining soil.|
|Landscape Ideas||A spectacular plant for borders, rockeries, garden beds, lining garden beds or pathways and in containers. Looks terrific when massed.|
|Water Requirements||Low – Medium|
- Easy Care.
- Attracts pollinators to the garden.
- Thrives in full sun to part shade.