I grow two varieties, pink (Linaria repens) native to western Europe, and purple (Linaria purpurea) from the Mediterranean region.
Need seeds? Drop me an email or a comment, and I'll send you some in the fall!
|This bunch is flourishing among Sweet William, Sweet Peas,|
a young native Crabapple, peonies, roses, and lupine.
|This bunch of pale pink Linaria is situated near some lavender bushes. The Linaria starts first, and they look great blooming together later. Linaria makes a great hummingbird feeder! They love it!|
|The tips of Linaria are tiny candelabra trumpets which bloom from the bottom up.|
|The purple variety is a bit taller and is tough as nails, which makes it a great fit|
for growing in sometimes challenging conditions here in Puget Sound.