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Trachellium in our house

There are no words that can describe the happiness and excitement of when a new flower variety joins our flower family. This time, it's all about the purple beauty Trachellium. Have you ever heard of it before? If not, take a seat because you’ll want to pay close attention to all the details we have to share about her. 

 

Trachellium is a clumping perennial with leaves that are narrow, toothed, and dark green, held covering the stems. Flowers are bluish-purple in broad, domed clusters. It is an undemanding, easy-to-grow plant, with good-cut flowers. The blooming season is over the summer. In colder climates, it can be sown indoors, and transplanted out as a summer annual.

 

Also known as “Blue Throatwort”, this species bears dome-shaped flower heads several inches across that are crowded with tiny, tubular amethyst purple flowers that look somewhat like the blooms of an allium. It has lance-shaped, toothed leaves in hues of cordovan purple or deep green brushed with plum highlights. Though it is a perennial, Trachelium caeruleum performs wonderfully as an annual and blooms from summer to fall. Did you know the plants grow to about 3 feet tall and wide? An amazing flower from any angle you see it from!

 

Not only that, but let’s talk about the magnificent color it embodies. A lush lavender, amethyst purple tone is what gives this new flower at Sky Flowers its main visual characteristic. There is a strong significance behind purple flowers, symbolizing success and even royalty, though feelings of admiration and tradition may also come through in purple flowers.

 

Do you need any more reasons to get your hands right on our Trachelium caeruleum? These beauties are now available at Sky Flowers and are without a doubt the new novelty your floral life needs.

 

To order yours, make sure to contact your KAM’s or: dbojanini@skyflowers.com.co as they will provide you with all the info you need about the newest purple queen variety. Ready to feel the purple power of Trachelium?

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