Gentiana - autumn flowering

The autumn-flowering gentians are wonderful plants, bringing colour - and very intense colour at that - to the garden at a time when there is not a great deal flowering. Most have trailing stems, each terminated with a large, trumpet shaped flower. They can be split in April, and a good patch can soon be established. Most dislike alkaline soil.
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Gentiana 'Eugen's Allerbester'

A splendid double autumn gentian with intense blue trumpet flowers.