Sanguisorba tenuifolia

When I first saw this flower I thought it was a Chenille plant. Its hot pink fuzzy flowers bob up and down in the breeze which makes this plant very whimsical. It is worth trying in your garden for sure!
Item #
4751
Keywords
BURNET, TENUIFOLIA
Zone
4

Sanguisorba tenuifolia


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When I first saw this flower I thought it was a Chenille plant. Its hot pink fuzzy flowers bob up and down in the breeze which makes this plant very whimsical. It is worth trying in your garden for sure!

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