Acanthus mollis 'Tasmanian Angel'
Alternative Names: Bear's Breeches
Description: A bold architectural plant, deep lobed, dark green leaves with irregular, white-pale yellow mottling. Tall erect flowers with pink-creamy white bracts. Flowering June to September.
Characteristics: Clump forming & Upright. Height 0.9m-1.15m, Spread 0.9m.
Position: Full sun to part shade. North-South-East-West
Soil Moisture: Deep fertile, well drained loam.
Soil Type: Chalk/Loamy/Sand
Soil PH: Acid/Neutral/Alkaline
Care Guide: Prune of dead flower heads, Remove unsightly leaves, Drought tolerant once established.
Uses: Bed and Borders/Coastal/Cottage garden/Drought tolerant/Flower arranging/Low maintenance
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