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Cenolophium denudatum

Baltic parsley

Cenolophium denudatum

Cenolophium denudatum, or Baltic parsley is a tall upright herbaceous perennial which produces sprays of tiny foamy white flowers on long stems above fern-like foliage from mid-summer through into autumn. The flowers are a magnet for bees and butterflies and add a touch of lightness to any planting scheme.

Cenolophium denudatum is a very adaptable plant, growing in most soil conditions, in full sun, partial shade and even full shade. It will self-seed if given the chance, so flowers should be deadheaded before seeds set.

Scientific family Apiaceae Special type
Type Herbaceous perennial Origin
Lifecycle Semi-evergreen
Garden Style Prairie/meadow Wildflower Position Border
Soil Clay Loam Sand Chalk Features
Wildlife pH Acid Alkaline Neutral
Fragrance Aspect North South East West
Exposure Exposed Sheltered Growth rate Fast
Shape Special type Maintenance Little or no maintenance
Health caution Additional use
Time to maturity 1-2 years Spacing
Planting depth Awards

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Flower colour
Foliage colour
Soil Clay Loam Sand Chalk
Hardy zone
Max height 100cm
Plant max spread 75cm