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  1. Taujind says:
    Jan 23,  · Echiumsare related to borage and share similar characteristics, such as hairy stems and leaves, and nectar-rich flowers that are loved by pollinating insects. There are around 40 species of Echiumthat grow across Europe and BBC Gardeners' World Magazine.
  2. Akinolkree says:
    May 23,  · Echium is a family of shrubs that produce tall crowns adorned with small, bell-shaped flowers. The tallest species can grow over 12 ft ( m) tall, but you can also find smaller, more manageable varieties. Choose a size that suits your space, 94%(31).
  3. Akinojora says:
    Probably an Echium fastuosum/pininana hybrid, it is best grown under the shelter of a hedge or wall and facing the sun, where it makes a low mound of several hairy, grey-green rosettes on numerous branching stems. Stumpy, fat spikes of cobalt-blue flowers open from April to .
  4. Kajigore says:
    A popular sight in Cornwall, pride of Madeira, Echium candicans, is perfect for adding a touch of drama to both exotic and cottage garden settings, as well as a large greenhouse or conservatory. Like all echiums, its flowers are adored by bees and other pollinators.
  5. Zulugar says:
    Pride of Madeira (Echium candicans or Echium fastuosum) is a fascinating biennial mounding shrub that grows up to feet ( cm) and spreads feet ( cm), displaying fabulously eye-catching, cone-shaped blue clusters from late spring through summer, atop sculptural and attractive rosettes of silvery-green, hairy leaves.
  6. Nabei says:
    Red Feathers (Echium amoenum) is a beautiful, xeric, small growing wildflower from the Caucasus Mountains of western Asia. Its russet-red flower spikes resemble Liatris. Blooming in late spring, it will continue to push new flower spikes through the summer when deadheaded. But leave some spikes on the plant later in the season to ripen seed.
  7. Gardacage says:
    Echium candicans (Pride of Madeira) - A rapidly growing evergreen shrub to 4 to 6 feet or more tall or more by as wide with long, narrow, gray-green leaves held at the ends of the branches. Rising above the foliage in spring on into early summer are the large 20 inch long flower stalks bearing small bluish-purple flowers with reddish stamens.
  8. Maugor says:
    Apr 04,  · This variety of Echium is native to the Canary Islands off the coast of Morocco. In this region the weather is mild with sunny warm sea breezes in summer and cool, but not freezing, winters. Echium tower of jewels starts its first year of life as a grayish to silver rosette set low to the ground.
  9. Yozshuzahn says:
    Echium, also known as “Viper's Bugloss”, is one of the best plants you can grow to attract bees, especially native bumblebees, to your garden. The intense blue blooms have an extraordinary feature: the nectar inside the flower is protected from vaporization when it .

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