Morina genus (Whorlflower). This genus has about 4 species of prickly, rosetting, herbaceous evergreen perennials, The flower are produced in spikes and grow to 1.2m, they produce whorls of long tubular curved flowers. They are Frost hardy, but will need protection from drying spring winds. They will requires full sun and well drained, preferably sandy soil. You can propagate by division directly after flowering or preferably by seed.
Grown for its thistle-like foliage and its flowers. Suitable for coastal conditions.
They prefer full sun and very well-drained soil that is enriched with compost. You can propagate from ripe seed or from root cuttings.
Division directly after flowering or preferably by seed when fresh in late summer.
Prone to slug damage and rot.
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