Given the right conditions (rich, moist soil), this is a vigorous spreader, and may need to be contained. Average Lehigh Valley summer garden conditions manage to keep it in check, though. Attractive glossy foliage, lots of flowers.
||pink to white flowers, spotted maroon, all summer
||2' tall and wide
||rich soil, average moisture
||germinates at room temperature. slow to develop.
|Pointed dark-green leaves |
We left this plant behind in our Pennsylvania garden (and wish it well); we don't grow it in Houston.
One or more images of this plant are included in my stock photo catalog
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|Caro Ryan||May 10, 2005||I saw these in a magazine and thought it was good even in zone 2. Please comment. Also do you sell these through the mail?|
I don't sell plants by mail. As for hardiness - the AHS encyclopedia says Zones 5-8. They are often conservative, but I don't know about three additional zones...
|Nancy||May 11, 2008||This is so impressive; I wish that you did ship as I would love to have a few of the plants and trees that you show. Thanks for a nice Mothers' Day extra :) nancy|
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