The ruffled dusty pink flowers sit comfortably atop the low-growing blue-grey leaves making ‘Pop Star’ the perfect filler in cottage gardens and alongside paths.
Best planted in multiples to create a drift of colour and fragrance in spring and autumn. Plants will run together as they spread out, creating a stunning effect. Plant alongside other dry garden favourites like Lavenders and Seaside Daisies for tough but colourful garden combinations.
Low watering requirements. Once established, quite dry tolerant requiring only occasional long soaks during extended periods of heat. Low maintenance and easy to grow. Best results are achieved by removing spent flower heads, encouraging repeat flowering. Apply a slow release fertiliser during early spring for optimum performance.
Information and images courtesy of Plants Management Australia www.pma.com.au