Blue Sea Holly – 1.1L coir pot


1.1L coir pot.

You can plant the coir pot directly into the ground, which will eliminate root disturbance and help keep your plant happy. The roots will make their way through the pot and into the soil. The pot itself will decompose within two months. Alternatively, you can use it as a decorative pot plant as the coir pot will last between 12-18 months (then you can plant it in the ground).


Eryngium planum.

Blue Sea Holly is a fantastic, eye-catching addition to the garden.

This hardy perennial is drought and wind tolerant (once established) and able to withstand salty air and sandy soils.

The plant itself has green to silver / blue stems topped with blue, thistle-like flowers, which will attract attention through January until March.

They are happiest in full sun positions and should grow to around 90cm high by 45cm wide.

A fabulous cut flower.


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Blue Sea Holly – 1.1L coir pot


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