Saponaria officinalis

(Soapwort)
Saponaria officinalis
  • Saponaria-off-rosea-plena
The scented, pink flowers look a bit like those of a phlox. They are carried in clusters on tall, somewhat brittle stems with waxy, mid-green leaves. Once grown as a detergent for washing clothe, it can still be found on roadside verges around the British countryside, marking the places where villages once stood - the villagers having used it to wash clothes.
9cm (£4.95)?
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£4.95  each OR £13.95 for three
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Flower attributes

Colour: Pink

Flowers: August and September

Position

Soil: Well-drained

Planting position: Sun/Partial Shade

Height x spread: 90cm x 90cm

Features

Scented

Wildlife Friendly

Care advice

Very easy to grow.