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X Fernandesiae Anne Palmer | Shrub | Cistus | Garden Beauty
 

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Cistus x fernandesiae Anne Palmer

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At a Glance

- Cistus Anne Palmer
- Huge dark pink flowers all Summer long
- deep green evergreen foliage
- upright habit
- easy to grow
- drought tolerant

Plant Information

Cistus Anne Palmer, commonly known as Rock Rose is a small evergreen shrub of upright habit bearing stunning large pink frilled saucer shaped flowers with 5 petals. Each flower lasts just a day but many new flowers open every day through, early summer. Ideal for coastal locations.

Cistus Anne Palmer is an excellent shrub for a sunny mixed border. Requires little maintenance but can be trimmed lightly each year to retain shape - do not cut hard as this may damage or kill the plant. Best in a well drained soil in full sun to light shade

 

Genus: Cistus
Variety: x fernandesiae Anne Palmer
Category: Shrub
Reference: cisfap

Height & Spread: 1 x 1m
Flower Colour: Pink
Foliage: Evergreen
Soil Type: best in poorer well drained soils
Aspect: full Sun
Season of Interest: Summer

Colours and sizes are approximate and are intended as a guideline and may vary according to local conditions

 

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