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Ceratostigma (plumbago)

Ceratostigma plants (plumbago, leadwort) from Hallson Gardens: We ship plumbago while dormant in the spring in April to mid-May and again in the fall, as available. They are 2 to 3 year old field grown plants stored dormant and shipped bare root.

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Pronunciation: sir-at-oh-STIG-muh Common Name: plumbago, leadwort
Bloom Time: Late summer and fall Light: Part sun to light shade
Soil: Average to rich, well-drained Moisture: Average, drought tolerant
Zones: 5 - 9 Ceratostigma Planting Instructions


Ceratostigma plumbaginoides (plumbago)

Ceratostigma plumbaginoides (plumbago) is a creeping groundcover for sun to part shade with deep green leaves that are topped with deep blue flowers in late summer into fall. The leaves turn red-orange after frost for great autumn color.

  • Ships late March to mid-May and again after mid September
  • Field grown rhizomes, freshly dug and shipped bare root
  • $8.95
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    3-4  $8.45
    5+  $7.95
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