Antirrhinum Pretty in Pink

This cultivar is the result of many years breeding; it carries a unique flower for the genus and has proven itself to be hardy to -4◦C if treated like a Penstemon, It will not tolerate very wet winters and may need protection in particularly harsh climates. Its long flowering period will be a delight.

  • This is an outstanding new perennial with bright pink tubular flowers.
  • Easy to grow
  • Flowers all Summer long until the first frost
  • Excellent in a border or large patio container
  • Remove the dead flowers for a continuous display
  • Attracts butterflies & bees
  • The flowers last up to 14 days in water
  • Hardy to -4°C  in most free draining soils, similar to a Penstemon or Gaura
  • Best in full sun to dappled shade
  • Less fungal diseases than existing cultivars.
  • Rob Hardy of Hardy’s Cottage Plants told me in May 2016 that A. Pretty in Pink had come though the winter at their nursery at Whitchurch, Hampshire

On 3rd Feb 2017, the plant patent for Antirrhinum Pretty in Pink was granted now protected in the USA

US PP27,559 P2

Launched 18th May 2015 at the Chelsea Flower Show by Hardy’s Cottage Garden Plants

youtube Rosy Hardy at Chelsea 2015


Genus Antirrhinum
Cultivar Pretty in Pink 'PMOORE07'
Category Perennial
Height & Spread 60cm x 75cm
Plant Breeders Rights EU42310/US PP27,559 P2 Propagation for resale is illegal without a licence from the agent
Colours Colours and sizes are approximate and are intended as a guideline and may vary according to local conditions.
  • Richard Loader in my garden 2016

  • From Plantipp /Concept Plants

  • Richard Loader in my garden 2016

  • Peter Moore in my garden 2015

  • Peter Moore at Chelsea Flower Show on the stand of Hardy's Cottage Plants May 2015

  • Peter Moore in my garden 2015

  • Jo Whiteworth in my garden 31st July 2014 10.45

  • Jo Whiteworth in my garden 31st July 2014 10.45

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