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Darmera peltata

Umbrella Plant, Indian Rhubarb

ca$á3.95   
Seed count: 75-100   
Darmera  peltata
Darmera peltata
Native Region: southwest Oregon to Californian Sierra Nevada
Zone Range: 05-09
Preferred Climate: Temperate Woodland
Harvest Date: Tuesday 28 May, 2019
Seed count: 75-100

Description:
Preferring boggy and damp conditions, this striking perennial will enhance any pool, pond or stream side. The small pale pink clusters of flowers that arise before the leaves in spring, extend and darken as the leaves emerge, creating an entirely new floral display later in the season. The rounded, deeply lobed dark green leaves turn red in autumn. Height and spread is 3-4 feet.

Cultivation:
For maximum freshness, please keep seed refrigerated in its original packaging until it is time to plant.Sow seed in containers in spring or autumn. Grow on in moist to damp garden soil in sun or part shade.

Harvest Date: Tuesday 28 May, 2019
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