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White Licorice (Helichrysum petiolare 'White Licorice')
Available May 10
Available May 17
Available May 24
Available June 7
About Liccorice Plant
Velvety leaves ranging from white, silvery-gray/green to lemon yellow and variegated of the Licorice Plant are its real allure - her tiny white flowers don’t pack nearly the same punch as her foliage and can even be pruned off to let the striking leaves do all the talking.
Though this plant’s name sounds delicious, it isn’t edible… but you may catch a whiff of a licorice scent on warmer days.
Most varieties are low-growing and trailing, making them great “spillers” in container gardens that offer cool-toned contrast to her companion plants.
Unique, white/silver/gray/green/lemon yellow and variegated foliage choices
Light licorice scent
Not cold hardy
Does not thrive in shade
|Annual in Chicago, Attracts Butterflies, Attracts Hummingbirds, Attracts Pollinators, Attracts Wildlife, Deer Resistant, Grown For Attractive Foliage, Rabbit Resistant, Spillers, Tender Perennial
Photos of This with...White Licorice, Sweet Caroline Raven Improved Sweet Potato, Supertunia Bordeaux Petunia, ColorBlaze Chocolate Drop Coleus, Bluebird Nemesia, Supertunia Lovie Dovie Petunia, Supertunia Royal Velvet Petunia, Supertunia Trailing Blue Veined Petunia, Persian Shield, Artist Purple Flossflower, Angelface Blue Improved Summer Snapdragon, Angelface Blue Summer Snapdragon, Angelface White Angelonia, Silver Bullet Wormwood, Superbells Blue Calibrachoa, Superbells Yellow Million Bells, Senorita Rosalita Spider Flower, Fairy Dust Pink Cuphea, Prince Tut Papyrus, Silver Falls Dichondra, Diamond Snow Spurge, Diamond Frost Spurge, Stratosphere Pink Picotee Gaura, Festival Star Perennial Baby's Breath, Sweet Caroline Bewitched After Midnight Sweet Potato, Blackie Sweet Potato Vine, Illusion Midnight Lace Sweet Potato, Safari Dusk South African Phlox, Pink Chablis Deadnettle, Aromance Pink Nemesia, Boldly Hot Pink Geranium, Supertunia Hoopla Vivid Orchid, Supertunia Mini Vista Pink Star Petunia, Supertunia Mini Vista Sangria Petunia, Supertunia Priscilla Petunia, Supertunia Trailing Rose Veined Petunia, Supertunia Vista Silverberry, Rockin' Deep Purple Salvia, Tricolor Common Sage, Whirlwind Pink Fan Flower, Lemon A-Peel Black-Eyed Susan Vine, Catalina Grape-o-Licious Wishbone Flower, 'Purple Queen' Spiderwort, Superbena Whiteout Verbena,
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Pricing and Availability History
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We try very hard to source exactly what you’d like, but sometimes growers run out of plants! While this variety is a great deal at the price shown, we know that it has limited availability. If you want the plant even if it might be more expensive, or in a different size or quantity -- after you place your order, just send us a quick note at email@example.com. Then, we’ll try to get you some version of this from one of our growers. And if we can’t get it from anywhere, of course, we’ll send a refund!
Plants which are well-adapted to our local climate are most often field-grown (outside). Field-grown plants are generally cheaper and have the advantage of already somewhat acclimated to our cold winters, but that means they’re not artificially far along in the spring and tend to bloom at the normal time in our area.
Spring annuals and tender perennials are typically grown in Greenhouses so they can be ready and luxurious exactly when customers want them. Some perennials are also “forced” into early bloom in greenhouses. In May, there can be a very big difference between field-grown and greenhouse-grown plants of the same type. The latter typically look good right away (so they’re a great choice where that’s important), but we typically pay a premium for it.
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To secure the best prices for club members and make sure we know the current plants available from each nursery, we take orders only a couple of times a month.
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We order from a rotating cast of the best nurseries in the Great Lakes region. It looks like we've offered this plant in the past, but the nurseries we're working with this week don't appear to have it in stock at the moment.
Our goal is to bring as many plants together under "one roof" as possible, so we'll try hard to make it available again in the future!