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propagating perennials: Dracocephalum peregrinum “Blue Dragon”-Dragonhead
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Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Dracocephalum peregrinum “Blue Dragon”-Dragonhead

For the ideal home landscape Dragonhead will add a burst of color when other perennials are fading, early summer to early fall of violet-blue flowers, and will spread rapidly in full sun or partial shade. The best time to propagate is in the spring by dividing the root ball and plant in a moist well drained soil mixture. Dragonhead is native to Russia so it can take the cold possibly down to zone 5 with protection. It will reach a height of 8"-12" and it’s sometimes used as a cut flower.

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