Globeflower: Our Favorite Flowers

Spruce up your bog garden or stream bank with globeflowers.
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Trollius Cultorum Alabaster Creamy Globe Shaped

Trollius Cultorum Alabaster Creamy Globe Shaped

A popular Globeflower, ‘Alabaster’ has a semi-double flowers in a wonderful soft cream to butter-yellow color. These delicate blossoms appear on slender, upright stems and emerge above attractive, deeply divided, deep green foliage in late spring.

©2011, Dorling Kindersley Limited

2011, Dorling Kindersley Limited

A popular Globeflower, ‘Alabaster’ has a semi-double flowers in a wonderful soft cream to butter-yellow color. These delicate blossoms appear on slender, upright stems and emerge above attractive, deeply divided, deep green foliage in late spring.

Globeflower (Trollius europaeus) thrives in moist to wet soil, so this perennial could make a nice addition to your bog garden or stream bank in full sun or part shade. It grows up to three feet tall and can naturalize.

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