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Eryngium ‘Tiny Jackpot’   

Who said you can't hit the jackpot more than once! This may just be one of the most compact forms yet, growing just 12-14" with attractive, variegated foliage and deep lavender, dome shaped cones. 

    Common Name:Sea Holly
    Hardiness Zones:5-8
    Deer Resistant:Yes

About Eryngium: Eryngium is a most unusual plant. The coarse, spiny leaves provide texture and interest to the garden all summer. The flowers are elongated, cone-like and come in white to steel blue. Dwarf forms are great in rock or alpine gardens. Great for fresh or dry arrangements.