Ceanothus Pugets Blue is an upright, bushy evergreen variety with narrow leaves of dark green colour. From April to June the ‘Pugets Blue’ produces panicles of deep blue coloured, conical flowers which transform the plant from green to blue.
A really good, all round garden plant that can be planted in almost any location, suiting flower beds and borders, wall side borders, fences, banks or slopes. Ceanothus in varities also works well when grown in a container.
Generally, pest free and minimal pruning makes Ceanothus a good plant for low maintenance gardens.
After flowering, prune the shoots by one third and remove any dead or damaged branches.
Grows well in a sunny sheltered position. Prune after flowering, feed and mulch to provide the nutrients needed.
An ideal plant for a wildlife garden.
Likes moist well drained soil, does not do well on chalk.
Final Height: 1.5-2.5m tall and 1.5-2.5m wide.
RHS Award of Garden Merit.