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Paniculata ‘Papillon’
Synonyms: None found
Origins: Jelena and Robert de Belder at Arboretum Kalmthout, Belgium in 1985
Awards: None found
Height & Width: 2m x 2m

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As tall as it is wide. The flower heads (panicles) consist of white to cream florets and will flower well into the July to November season. The numerous floret of the sterile florets give the appearance of a cloud of butterflies which explains the name. Papillon is French for butterfly.

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