|Developing seedpods |
Reportedly tolerates dry shade. We're putting it to the test, in a strip alongside our neighbors' arborvitae hedge, which casts shade a good part of the day, and sucks the adjacent soil pretty dry. So far so good - it bloomed the next year, and seemed to take its position in stride.
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Post-scriptum: it did not return the following year.
This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...
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|boxgrover||Jul 13, 2013||So Rob, has it thrived (or even survived) in dry shade?|
Alas, it did not return for a repeat performance the next year. I can't say which of the conditions it was thrown caused it to perish; it may have been one of the drought years, which was hard on many perennials, especially those outside easy reach of my hose.
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