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Plumeless Saw-Wort

Serratula spp.

Also known as


Serratula tinctoria ENBLA01 by Enrico Blasutto (CC BY-SA 3.0)

Full Sun
Frost Hardy


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Plumeless Saw-Wort Overview

Genus with around 40 hardy, perennial species that produce showy thistle-like white, purple-pink or blue flowers. Species in this genus are also known as Plumeless saw-wort and their foliage is generally divided and serrated at the edges.

How to propagate Plumeless Saw-Wort


You can propagate by seed or division in the spring.


Other uses of Plumeless Saw-Wort

Grown for their thistle-like flower heads.


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