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Rozanne and Friends Ragged Robin Plant Giveaway

By: Chloe Deike Chloe Deike
Enter for your chance to win ragged robin plants from Rozanne and Friends this summer!

This summer we’ll draw 5 lucky readers* to receive ‘Petit Henri’ and ‘Petite Jenny’ ragged robin plants from Rozanne and Friends®. You have until August 23rd, 2020, to be entered into the drawing.

*Watch your email! Drawing will be held in late August. If your name is drawn you’ll have five business days to respond before we draw another name and offer the plants to another gardener.

Ragged robin plant information

Lovely ragged robin (Lychnis flos-cuculi) flowers burst atop slender stems from spring to fall. This perennial is hardy in USDA zones 5 to 7 and handles deer, full sun to part shade and likes moist soil.

  • ‘Petit Henri’ has bright white flowers set off by burgundy stems and grows 18 to 24 inches tall and wide.
  • ‘Petite Jenny’ is a compact version of the popular ‘Jenny’ with light lavender pink flowers and grows only 14 inches tall.

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Published: May 28, 2020
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