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Andromeda Polifolia 'Blue Ice'

SKU 1117016
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Original price €0.00 - Original price €0.00
Original price €0.00
€7.99 - €7.99
Current price €7.99
27 Feb. Estimated arrival
24 Feb. Order placed
25-26 Feb. Order dispatches
27 Feb. Delivered!
🚚 Order within the next 2 hours, 15 minutes for delivery by 27 Feb, 2024.
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Andromeda Polifolia 'Blue Ice,' commonly known as Bog Rosemary 'Blue Ice,' is a captivating evergreen shrub admired for its enchanting blue-gray foliage and delicate bell-shaped flowers. This plant belongs to the Ericaceae family and is native to boggy and wetland areas in North America and Europe. 'Blue Ice' is a popular choice for ornamental gardens and landscape designs due to its unique coloration and graceful appearance.

Why We Like It:

  • Unique blue-gray foliage: The 'Blue Ice' variety of Andromeda Polifolia features striking blue-gray leaves that create a cool and soothing effect, adding an interesting contrast to other greenery in the garden.
  • Graceful bell-shaped flowers: Delicate white or pinkish bell-shaped flowers appear in clusters, adding a touch of elegance to the plant during the flowering season.
  • Tolerates wet conditions: As a bog-loving plant, 'Blue Ice' thrives in moist and waterlogged soils, making it an ideal choice for rain gardens or areas with poor drainage.

What to Know:

  • Sun and soil preferences: Andromeda Polifolia 'Blue Ice' prefers partial shade to full sun. It thrives in acidic, well-draining soils, making it suitable for heath or rock gardens.
  • Moisture and watering: Ensure the plant receives a consistent water supply, especially during dry periods, as it has a high tolerance for moisture and can suffer in drought conditions.
  • Pruning and maintenance: Light pruning after flowering can help maintain a tidy shape and promote new growth. The shrub has a slow growth rate, reducing the need for frequent trimming.
  • Fertilizing: 'Blue Ice' typically doesn't require heavy fertilization, but a balanced acidic fertilizer applied in the spring can support healthy growth.
  • Winter protection: While it is hardy in colder regions, providing a layer of mulch around the base of the plant can offer added protection during harsh winters.

Flower Colour: The flowers of Andromeda Polifolia 'Blue Ice' are bell-shaped and can be either white or pinkish, adding a delicate and charming element to the shrub.

Flowering Months: 'Blue Ice' typically blooms in late spring to early summer, gracing the garden with its lovely flowers from May to June.

Height and Spread: When fully grown, Andromeda Polifolia 'Blue Ice' reaches a height of approximately 12-18 inches (30-45 centimeters), with a similar spread.

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