Flowers: June-July. Plant in full shade. HxS 90x90cm
Once of the Rodgersia family, this look-a-like is now in a family of its own. It has large scalloped green leaves to almost 90cm across which develop on long stalks. The tall spikes of creamy-white flowers, in inflorescences up to 25cm long, develop in mid-summer. A superb plant in moist shade or at water margins and not invasive. Vegetatively propagated and seldom seen in nurseries. Organically grown in peat free compost.
Care & Maintenance.
Do keep this plant in shade for most of the day or the leaves scorch. Propagate by seed or division. Foliage can be removed in autumn after frost.
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