Loosestrife is a perennial rhizome plant. Spotted verbain up to 50 cm in height blooms in June with yellow flowers, which are attached to the base of the leaves along with the entire height of the stem. There is a red-leaved form of loosestrife. Dark burgundy leaves with yellow flowers are a very beautiful combination. There is a variegated form. Even more interesting: the leaves are white-green, the flowers are yellow and look great.
And the cage-shaped loosestrife blooming in July-August has white flowers up to 15 cm long at the ends of curved peduncles. Monet loam is a ground cover. It is also called meadow tea. It grows well on moist soils. All loosestrife grows very well with root shoots and prefers partial shade.
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