The brook thistle produces flower heads which appear on erect stems in mid-summer above spiny, dark green leaves. It is a tall, attractive thistle and a valuable addition to a summer garden, in groups among other perennials. It will tolerate dry conditions and partial shade, but does best in a moist, sunny border. ‘Frosted Magic’ is a new release at RHS Chelsea 2016. Clump forming. Pure white flowers early to mid summer.

Scientific Classification:

Scientific Name: ————
Common Names: ———–
Kingdom: ———–
Native Range: ———-
Family: ————-
Genus: ————

How to care and grow ?

Light:

— thrives best in —

Soil:

— grows well in —

Water:

—-

Temperature:

It prefers a temperature between —

Fertilizer:

Fertilize once a month —

Propagation:

— can be easily propagated by —

Humidity:

It requires moist air.

Pests and Diseases:

It has no serious pest or disease problems.

Write A Comment

1 + 3 =

Pin It