The blossoms are delicate pale lilac colour, softly bordered in blue and offset by light-green centres . All this beauty stands proudly upright on sturdy, 60-cm-long flower spikes that support some 60 floret that hold themselves high where other delphiniums often fall down. Each floret is 6 cm in diameter x 2.5 cm deep and has 42 petals. Foliage is a medium green, starting in a rosette arrangement at the plant base and alternating along the flowering stem. This double dwarf delphinium looks ravishing in the middle or front of the perennial garden . Makes a wonderful cut flower, too!
Inventor: Tony Coakley- Glasgow, Scotland
Colour: Pale lilac bordered in blue with green center
Blooming season: early through late summer continuously
Mature Size: H 100 cm x W60 cm
Care: Plant in full sun to part shade. Keep well watered, well drained and well fertilized for best flowering and growth. Grows in most soils but results are best in humis-rich soil. Prune spent flowers stalks and old shoots to encourage re-blooming.