Flowers: April-July. Plant in part or full shade. HxS 15x60cm
This is an ideal plant for ground cover in shady places, being evergreen and having a carpeting habit. It has lobed, dark green leaves, like those of a strawberry, which give it the common name of barren strawberry. The leaves creep close to the ground and stems produce masses of bright yellow, saucer-shaped flowers from late spring to mid-summer. Native to Siberia so ultra-hardy, pest and disease resistant.
Care & Maintenance.
Tidy tatty or winter damaged leaves in spring. Propagate by seed or by breaking off creeping stems and planting them, or potting them up.
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