red valerian

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Related to red valerian: Centranthus ruber
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Synonyms for red valerian

European herb with small fragrant crimson or white spurred flowers

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Red valerian self-sows with alacrity and, given a few years, will richly cover garden beds, neglected side yards or sunny slopes.
Red valerian (Centranthus ruber), which also has a white form, is a beautiful perennial and is said to keep witches off your patch.
Tough Test's subsequent effort behind Red Valerian at Sedgefield will have bolstered his confidence after that heavy fall.
Try verbena bonariensis, echinops, dianthus and red valerian too.
PLAY ROULETTE (CLASS 6) pounds 3,000 Value pounds 2,047 1 000-2 Ibn Hiyyan (USA) (6) M 2 4-6625 Second Brook (IRE) (8) 3 60005-Blinka Me (136) M 4 00-363 Red Valerian Two (IRE) 5 000 Swindlers Lass (IRE) (6 600-Hotgrove Boy (175) A G For more information call 01443 744 017.
For example, under red valerian (Centranthus ruber), that perennial bloomer seen growing out of the rocky embankments along our canyon roads (e.
Jupiter's beard, also called red valerian (Centranthus ruber).
The caterpillar feeds on a variety of low-growing, herbaceous plants, while the adult moth nectars at red valerian, ivy and common reed, none of which is in great profusion in early January