Coronilla valentina subsp. glauca Citrina (Scorpion Vetch)
- Usually Flowers : February, March, April
Small, rounded, compact, evergreen shrub with pinnate, blue-grey leaves. Fragrant, small, pea-like pale yellow flowers from February to April. Ht.1.5mt.(4ft.). Frost hardy. Best in full sun on light, well-drained soils, preferably against a wall. Requires shelter.
Coronilla valentina subsp. glauca Variegata
- Usually Flowers : January, February, March, November, December
Compact, rounded, evergreen shrub with blue-green and cream variegated leaves. Fragrant, pea-like yellow flowers. November to March. Ht.1m.(3ft.). Grow in full sun and well-drained soil with shelter from cold winds. Good for coastal areas, borders, courtyards and containers.
- Usually Flowers : March, April, May
A stunning perennial with early colour to brighten up shady areas. Rounded, silvery white leaves edged with green and small bell-shaped pale blue flowers. Prefers a rich, moist soil in full or part shade.
- Usually Flowers : March, April
Clump forming herbaceous perennial. Rosettes of silver spotted foliage with clusters of palest blue flowers. Flowers March-April. Ht 8' 20cm Spread 13' 35cm. Part shade. Good for woodland areas or shade borders.