Eremurus Ruyter Back to Plants
Salmon. 4.5 to 5.5 feet tall. Broad foliage with a greyish cast to it.
White. 5 to 6 feet tall, very robust and strong growing. Flowers are set rather loosely on the spike.
Yellow. Also quite tall, ranging from 5-6 feet in height. Very bright yellow color. Not as strong growing as the white. Makes very large roots.
Pink. 4-5 feet tall. Foliage is not as broad as the other hybrids listed. Flower spike dense and narrow, the best color of all of these offered but not the strongest grower with smaller roots.
Apricot. Medium size plant averaging 4 to 5 feet in height. Tall stem with shorter flower spike.
Cream. 3.5 to 4.5 feet tall, distinctive foliage. Shorter and narrower leaves, twice as many as the others. Good grower with smaller roots.
If you familiarize yourself with the origin and natural growing conditions of these plants, you can avoid a great many costly mistakes. For instance, a plant that originates from a harsh land-climate will not do well in a tropical or sub-tropical climate, although it might prosper on higher elevations in such a climate.