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Chinese Lantern

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Chinese Lantern

Grown for the intriguing papery lanterns which enclose its bright orange autumn fruits. The stems of vibrant lanterns can be cut for dried flower arrangements, or left on the plant where they add winter interest; slowly becoming ornate skeletons. This undemanding perennial is…  More Info

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Antirrhinum pendula multiflora 'Chinese Lanterns' F1 Hybrid

Trailing. A breeding triumph: cascading Antirrhinums! In a mixture of seven colours, including pure colours and bicolours, the Snapdragon flowers are borne on self branching, vigorous plants. Ideally made for hanging baskets, containers and window boxes. Culinary note: These pretty flowers…  More Info

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Physalis alkekengi

Huge scarlet lanterns' which are magnificently attractive in the garden and then can be cut and dried to be used all through the winter to decorate naturally, your house. Easy, thriving in almost any soil, sun or shade. Lanterns late summer.  More Info

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Chinese Lantern (Seeds)

Small cream summer flowers are followed by bright orange lanterns in autumn. An easy perennial to grow, ideal in full sun borders, and great in dried displays. Height: 75cm (30). Spread: 90cm (36).  More Info

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Physalis alkekengi var. franchetii

…with the oval green foliage. Later in the year they become full of berries that are inside bright red-orange papery calyces that look like Chinese lanterns. If left on the plant over winter the berries, which have been hidden inside, become visible as the calyces…  More Info

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Perennial Saver Collection

…'Physalis Chinese Lantern - A highly unusual and exotic looking plant that provides garden interest throughout the seasons. In midsummer the plant is covered in small creamywhite flowers, later in the year they produce bright red-orange papery calyces that look like …  More Info

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Just£14.99