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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|
|Lifecycle||Semi-evergreen||Time to maturity||1-2 years|
|Garden style||Prairie/meadow Wildflower||Position||Border|
|Wildlife||Attracts bees||pH||Acid Alkaline Neutral|
|Fragrance||Aspect||North South East West|
|Exposure||Exposed Sheltered||Growth rate||Fast|
|Growth Habit||Erect||Maintenance||Little or no maintenance|
|Health caution||Additional use||Cut flowers|
|Soil||Clay Loam Sand Chalk|
|US hardiness zone|
|Max mature height||100cm|
|Mature spread||75 cm|