Kirengeshoma palmata and koreana are also known as ‘Yellow Wax Bells’ and are a woodland plant. This is a brilliant plant in that it really comes to life in late summer, and for a woodlander this is rare. It does require a little moisture to perform well, however it is well worth the water.
This as a tall growing plant reaching around 1m in height. Large palmate leaves are a mid to deep green. The flowers are small however very attractive as they rise above the foliage late in the season. Flowers are yellow and best described as bell shaped and pendulous on tall stems.
Kirengeshoma are a woodland plant from Japan. Dormant in winter they require shaded to part shaded position with protection from afternoon sun. Kirengeshoma require a humus rich moist position. We suggest digging in well rotted mushroom compost
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