Isotoma axillaris 'Fizz n'Pop Glowing Purple'

Isotoma axillaris 'Fizz n'Pop Glowing Purple' is the largest flowered Isotoma with the deepest unfading purple flowers to date.

Isotoma axillaris 'Fizz n'Pop Glowing Purple' - image: Thompson and Morgan
Isotoma axillaris 'Fizz n'Pop Glowing Purple' - image: Thompson and Morgan

Unlike all other Isotoma, it does not require any cold period to initiate flowering. It is heat and drought tolerant and provides five months of vibrant colour. The nectar-rich blooms are very attractive to pollinators, with plants flowering tirelessly from late Spring to frost, bringing intense colour impact to the garden. Bred by Thompson & Morgan.

It is a finalist for the RHS Chelsea Plant of the Year competition 2018.


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