Eryngium eburneum

Totally trendy! And seen in many designer-fantasy type gardens. This EASY & exotic Eryngium provides excellent bold form & texture to the garden. Easily mistaken for a Yucca when not in bloom, as it forms dense clumps of neat, narrow, sword-shaped, spiny-but-not-too-painful leaves. In late Spring it begins to form numerous, long stalked, branching stems bearing lots of ivory white, marble-like flowers, 3/4” across. Eryngium eburneum grows 3’ to 6’ tall & prefers some watering & well-drained soil. Very showy in a large container & makes a fab cut flower, fresh or dried. Attracts butterflies, too.

Sun Avg. water Perennial

USDA zones 8b-11