Pagan Purples is the newest and boldest New Millennium™, featuring the deepest, richest shades of violet and midnight-blue yet, with multiple hues on individual blooms. You'll love these tall, thick, flower-packed stems, which arise first in early summer, then again (if cut or deadheaded promptly after the first bloom) in late summer and early fall!.
Pagan Purples reaches 4 to 6 feet high, the top portion completely devoted to glorious blooms! The flowers continue for 3 weeks in each season, giving you more than a month of the darkest, brightest, richest blue color your garden and vase have ever seen. --And just to keep things interesting, a very small percentage of Pagan Purples will be white, mauve, or semi-double!
Most Delphiniums do well in cool and moderate climates, but the New Millennium™ series is one of the very few to tolerate hot, humid gardens. The best choice for the south and midwest, these plants can put up with the late-afternoon thundershowers and warm nights that are so characteristic of summer in these regions. (The strong stems come in handy during those summer storms!) Nibbling deer and rabbits leave them alone, which is a nice bonus. And as if this weren't enough, the New Millenniums™ are also longer-lived than older strains, giving you a few extra seasons of beauty!
Hand-crossed by Terry Dowdeswell in New Zealand from British hybrids, the New Millenniums™ are certain to become the stars of your sunny borders and cutflower arrangements! Zones 3-7.