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botanical name:
Anagallis tenella 'Studland'
Anagallis tenella 'Studland' © Deeproot Plant Base
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common name:  Bog Pimpernel
synonyms:  Anagallis tenella var. studland
family:  Primulaceae
characteristics: perennial, evergreen
height: 0.08m
width: 0.40m
growth rate: slow
growth habit: prostrate
leaf colour: green
flower colour: pink
main season: Summer
aspect: full sun
conditions: moist soil, wet/waterlogged soil, sandy soil
preferred soil pH: acid
minimum temp: -10°C
USDA zone: 8 to 10
description:
Mat forming evergreen with small elliptic to rounded, green leaves. Bell-shaped, fragrant, deep pink flowers, freely produced in late spring and early summer. They are deeper pink than the typical species.

cultivation:
Damp peaty or gritty soil in full sun.

propagation:
Soft tip cuttings in spring or early summer.

usage:
Alpine or rock garden, troughs and containers.

other notes:
This cultivar was collected in Dorset, UK.

RHS AGM

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