HARDY PERENNIALS: CHRYSOGONUM

C. virginianum. This demure little plant begins flowering in May, and where happy, scarcely stops until October. To be happy, soil should be light, deep and not lacking in fertility, and with a low lime content. The plant grows neatly with soft green leaves above which the 9 inches flower sprays nestle, and apart from being fully hardy and long lived, divisions of older plants is easy. It is by division every 3 years or so, plus some soil enrichment when replanting that its longest flowering properties are encouraged.

CHRYSOGONUM virginianum

CHRYSOGONUM virginianum

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