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Gentiana gracilipes

SKU: gegr
A late summer flowering species from China with rich blue flowers. More details...
Family: Gentianaceae
Flower Colour: Blue
Flowering Season: Summer
Origin: Asia
Preferred Conditions: Moist, acid soil
Preferred Aspect: Full sun
Additional Feature: Glossy foliage
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Gentiana gracilipes
Gentiana gracilipes
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A species of Gentian from China which is not too dissimilar to G. dahurica in physical proportions. Foliage is held on rigid stems to around 30 cms or so and is bright green, up to 12 cms or so in length and around 2 cms wide. Flowers are the typical tubular shape and rich blue with a paler throat in late summer.

Edrom Nursery specialises in a range of plants which will grow in our climate here in South East Scotland, we try to grow plants which could be considered rare or unusual. Many of these are from China and Japan but we supply plants from all over the world. These include plants from the genera:- Cypripedium Calanthe Gentiana Meconopsis Lilium Pleione Daphne Adonis Allium Polygonatum Podophyllum Iris Oxalis Narcissus Mitella Picea Pulsatilla Ramonda Prunus Sempervivum Primula Trillium Rhodohypoxis Rhodohypoxis Salvia Salix Erythronium Erodium Helleborus Hepatica japonica Helianthemum Hylomecon Impatiens Leutkea Kirengeshoma Maianthemum Mazus Paeonia Omphalodes Penstemon Rhododendron Saxifraga Scutellaria Sebaea Teucrium Soldanella Veronica Ypsilandra Vancouveria Viola Athyrium Dryopteris Cardiocrinum Caltha Carex Codonopsis Convallaria amongst many others.
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