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Teucrium hyrcanicum ‘Purple Tails’
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Teucrium hyrcanicum ‘Purple Tails’ full sun

Held in playful repose—some straight, some slightly bent—the long, animal-like floral tails host tightly set jade green buds. Upon opening, copious Veronica-style spikes entice us with lavish deep fuchsia-purple shades.

Native to the Caucasus Mountains and Iran, this bushy, clump-forming perennial, with its aromatic sage-green textured foliage, forges a welcome sight in any border, or it can be pruned for an attractive, out-of the-ordinary hedge.

Blooms July–October.

Size: 18"–2' high x 20" wide; hardy to zone 6.

Teucrium hyrcanicum ‘Purple Tails’ (P-1324)
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