Rose Campion 'Angel's Blush'
Consistently popular in gardens for hundreds of years, for by the 1700s in England, double campions of magenta and white were all the rage. Now they have all but disappeared, to be replaced by the even earlier single types. 'Angel's Blush' is white with rose tints developing in the center of the flower, similar to the 'spotted' blooms of 1629. A beautiful summer-blooming flower with handsome wooly foliage. Self-sows.
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