Alpine Soapwort 'Bressingham'
Also known as
Soapwort 'Bressingham', Saponaria 'Bressingham Pink', Rock Soapwort 'Bressingham', Saponaria 'Bressingham Hybrids'
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3 years to reach maturity
This plant has a mild fragrance
Alpine Soapwort 'Bressingham' Overview
This hardy semi evergreen perennial produces short stemmed clusters of bright pink flower heads above a mat of hairy narrow lance shaped dark green leaves.
Alpine Soapwort 'Bressingham' Companion Plants
Grow with low growing shrubs, early summer annuals and meadow flowers.
How to harvest Alpine Soapwort 'Bressingham'
Generally not harvested.
How to propagate Alpine Soapwort 'Bressingham'
Take softwood cuttings in late spring, early summer.
Seeds can be sown at a depth of 5 mm and space them 10 to 20 cm apart in autumn.
Special features of Alpine Soapwort 'Bressingham'
Attracts useful insects
Attracts insects such as bees and butterflies.
This plant is a hardy plant that doesn't require a lot of water to survive.
Great for large pots placed in any sunny spot.