Latin name: Centranthus ruber

Red valerian, Fox

1 m. 3,28 f.
Family: Valerianaceae

Genus: Centranthus

The genus name is derived from the Greek 'kentron' (spur) and 'anthos' (flower). Perennial herbs, native to the Mediterranean basin.
They grow in full sun, in neutral or alkaline, even in poor and dry soils.
Plant in arrangements, rock gardens and flowerpots.
Propagated by division.
Latin name: Centranthus ruber
Herbaceous perennial with pink to red, fragrant flowers, borne from late spring to late summer.