Incarvillea

These perennial hardy gloxinias are often grown for their trumpet-shaped, pink, white, red or yellow flowers. Foliage often divided and with long elongated fruit capsules. After the grandly named Pierre Nicholas Le Chéron d'Incarville, an 18th century French missionary and botanist.

£7.50
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£7.50
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