Trillium flexipes x sulcatum ‘Harvington Dusky Pink’

£ 17.50

Trillium flexipes x sulcatum Harvington Dusky Pink’ is one of our own hybrids. It is a relatively new, and very exciting hybrid, with striking dusky pink flowers. A vigorous grower, it can reach a height of 40-50 cm. Val Bourne describes the hybrid as follows:- 

A strong hybrid of T. flexipes and T. sulcatum that took Hugh Nunn ten years to select and raise. Its dusky pink flowers are framed by narrow, red-edged sepals, and the strong stems also have a pink-flush.’ (Gardens Illustrated, March 2016) 

Supplied as healthy rhizomes from the end of July until November.

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Trillium flexipes x sulcatum ‘Harvington Dusky Pink’ is one of our own hybrids. It is a relatively new, and very exciting hybrid, with striking dusky pink flowers. A vigorous grower, it can reach a height of 40-50 cm. Val Bourne describes the hybrid as follows:-  

‘A strong hybrid of T. flexipes and T. sulcatum that took Hugh Nunn ten years to select and raise. Its dusky pink flowers are framed by narrow, red-edged sepals, and the strong stems also have a pink-flush.’ (Gardens Illustrated, March 2016) https://www.gardensillustrated.com/plants/trilliums-you-can-grow-in-your-garden/  

We offer our full range of Trilliums for despatch in the dormant season which is from the end of July until November. They are sent as freshly lifted, healthy Trillium rhizomes with live roots in moist packing material.  Our rhizomes are at least 4 years old.  Given the right situation and soil they should flower after 1 year of planting.   

Trilliums enjoy light shade with well-drained soil. The varieties we offer make good garden plants in the UK. To find out more about planting your Trillium flexipes x sulcatum ‘Harvington Dusky Pink’  rhizomes, please see our Trillium Planting Advice sheet.   

From December through to Spring, we offer a limited range of our Trilliums as pot plants.   

Our Trilliums are propagated and grown by Twelve Nunns Nursery, a specialist nursery based in South Lincolnshire. The parent plants have been either split to produce more plants or hand-pollinated to produce seeds and grown on.  None of the plants we supply are from wild stock. Our Trilliums have been featured in a couple of publications as follows: –   

Gardens Illustrated    

https://www.twelvenunns.co.uk/nursery/wp-content/uploads/ARTICLE_GI_232_PPTrilliums6.pdf   

The English Garden   

https://www.twelvenunns.co.uk/nursery/wp-content/uploads/TheEnglishGarden_PublishedArticle_April2015.pdf