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Physoplexis comosa

LIMITED AVAILABILITY. Rarely offered here is my fathers 1989 description of the Devils Claw one of the most beautiful alpines in existence. Tufts of sharply-toothed dark green leaves, the tips of the flower petals adhere together from which point a long stigma spike extends. Colours vary from pale to purplish blue in summer. At this stage I have concluded it must be seen to be believed because i'm d--- if I can describe it. Alpine house or rock crevice or tufa. Beware of slugs. Dormant in winter. Thanks to technology of this day we can now show alongside this descrpption a photograph of the plant in flower - i hope you can now understand why my father struggled valiantly to give an adequate description.

UK - dispatched all year round.

Physoplexis comosa

£8.00 each


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