Eremurus is a perennial herb with a lush rosette of basal leaves. Peduncles from 1 to 2 m high are covered with small, wide-open star-shaped flowers. The stamens of the flowers stick out, so the arrows of the peduncles are fluffy in appearance. There are yellow and orange eremuruses on sale.
Eremuruses grow well in the sun, do not tolerate getting wet and the place should be protected from cold winds. No wonder in ancient times this plant was called Cleopatra's arrow. It is a plant for arid places. The soil is suitable for drained sandy loam or loam, neutral. In late autumn, the plant must be protected from excessive moisture.
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