Incarvillea himalayensis 'Frank Ludlow'
Incarvillea himalayensis 'Frank Ludlow' is a particularly fine form of a species that is closely related to Incarvillea mairei, with large (up to 8 cm across) flowers, reddish pink with a white throat to the trumpet, and two white flares at the pase of each corolla lobe. It is one of two excellent introductions of the species from one of Sherriff and Ludlow's expeditions.
Very large reddish pink, white-throated, flared trumpet flowers on short stems.
||9 cm pot|
||Alpine winter / part shade summer|
||well drained soil|
||6 - 20 cm|