Flowers: April-June. Plant in part shade or woodland. HxS 30x30cm
Merrybells is one of the first signs of spring in woodland gardens in America. The elegant deep yellow bells emerge just as the plant is coming through the ground and continue to flower as the plant growns taller. A choice small plant for the woodland garden and excellent under deciduous trees. Pest and disease resistant. Hardy and enjoys an acid soil. Also see the pale primrose flowered form Uvularia grandiflora var. pallida. They look great together. AGM. Hardiness rating H5.
Care & Maintenance.
The plant dies back in autumn and foliage can be cleared before winter. Propagation by seed or division in spring, carefully dividing the rhizome so there is a growing point on each piece.SKU: UVUGRA
Categories: A - Z Perennial Plants, Shade and Woodland Plants Tags: AGM, disease resistant, dry shade plant, perennial plant, pest resistant, pollinator plant, shade plant, woodland plant