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Ipheon

Ipheon ('Spring Starflower') are sweetly-scented star-shaped flowers.  Great for planting in a rock garden, for pots, borders or for underplanting with Peonies or Hostas.  Although they may start slowly the first year, they naturalize very well, and, once established, produce masses of quarter size flowers lasting up to four weeks in the garden.  Do well in the South and in Texas.


Ipheon Uniflorum 'Starflower'

Ipheon Uniflorum 'Starflower'
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Ipheon Uniflorum ‘Starflower’ has pale blue star-shaped flowers and grass-like foliage that smells like garlic when crushed. Ipheon is pest resistant and is great for edges of borders and in lawns. Its long-lasting blossoms happily naturalize in areas with good drainage.

Size: 6/+ cm
Plant: 10 Bulbs Per Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Late Spring
Planting Depth: 2"
Height: 6"
Zone: 6-9
Exposure: Sunny

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