Native to Great Britain, also known as Sweet Amber and Tustan. Hypericum is easy to grow and does really well in moist soil, but will also tolerate drought. It produces yellow flowers in the early summer, followed by red berries which turn dark purple in the Autumn. Will attract pollinating bugs and birds. Grows up to 90 cm tall. Please note this plant is toxic to livestock and humans if consumed.
Frost Hardy Flowering/ Berries Sub Shrub
Flowers: June -July
Berries: July - October
Height: Comes up to 60cm tall
3 Litre pot
Grows well in full sun or part shade. Suitable for flower beds, borders, pots and rockeries and as a low hedging plant.
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