Delphinium elatum ‘Purple Passion’ (New Millennium)
Delphinium ‘Purple Passion’ from the New Millennium Series of Delphiniums have the darkest, deep, purple flowers with a white bee on tall spires. Delphinium ‘Purple Passion’ is a very cold hardy, long lived perennial. Delphinium ‘Purple Passion’ is a magnificent addition to the perennial border. This Delphinium hybrid has all the excellent traits of the British Delphinium elatums. After it finishes flowering near the end of July we remove the finished bloom stem and fertilize again with Gaia Green 4-4-4 organic mineral based fertilizer. This will promote new growth and encourage fall re-bloom.
- Light: Full sun
- Soil: Well drained – Fertilization is required often
- Moisture: Average – Moist
- Benefits: Pollinators, Butterflies, Cut-flower, Re-blooms in fall
- Height: 4-6 feet
- Blooms: July and again in September
- Foliage: Green dissected foliage
- Spacing: 24-36 inches
- Growth Habit: Clumping
- Zones: 3-7
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We are always trialing and testing them in the botanical gardens at Plant Paradise Country Gardens. Our growing practices benefit the whole environment, including the pollinators and beneficial insects.
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We DO NOT use NeoNicotinoids which is a pesticide used by many plant nurseries that sell to garden centres and big box stores. This pesticide is a known cause of the decline in the bee population.
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