Plants: Fritillaria michailovskyi - Fritillary

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Fritillaria michailovskyi - Fritillary

Michael's Flower - Fritillaria michailovskyi | This species with its stunning color combination comes from Northeastern Turkey. Plant in well-drained, alkaline, deep, sandy loam amended with organic matter in full sun to light shade. For best effect, plant in clusters of 7 or 9 plants. Mulch lightly in late fall. Fertilize when new growth appears in the spring. Grows 4-8" tall. Flowers mid to late spring. Hardy in Zones 4-8.

Flower color: Reddish-purple with yellow edge
Flowering period: April-May
Average plant height: 8 inches
Spacing between plants: 6 inches
Light requirements: Full sun or Partial shade
Landscape uses: Excellent for shaded rock gardens or as a potted plant

Publisher: Hirt's Gardens
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