Serratula tinctoria (Saw-wort)

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Used by dyers as a source of yellow colouring this British native plant is a fascinating addition to the garden.  The name Saw-wort comes from the serrated, saw-like edges of the leaves.  The flower buds have attractive silver-edged scales and these buds then open to reveal the purple knapweed like flowers, a rich source of nectar for bees and butterflies.  Prefers sun and grows in most soils.  H&S 60cm

Pot size: 2 Litre

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