Hypericum Densiflorum Buttercup

Posted : admin On 1/2/2022
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Hypericum densiflorum - Saint Johnswort. You will see bright yellow flowers for a couple of weeks in summer on finely-textured foliage. In Autumn the foliage turns a golden yellow and as the shrub grows to its mature height of 3’ the smooth, bronze bark becomes visible. It tolerates filtered sun to shade and grows in a range of soils.

  • Hypericum frondosum, the cedarglade St. Johnswort or golden St. John's wort, is a species of flowering plant in the St. John's wort family, Hypericaceae. It is native to the central and southeastern United States in dry, rocky habitats. It is a medium-sized.
  • Hypericum grandifolium Choisy. Elatum auct., not Ait. A shrub to nearly 6 ft high in the wild. Leaves up to 3 1 ⁄ 2 in. Wide, broadly triangular-ovate to oblong-ovate, usually obtuse. Inflorescence with up to thirteen flowers from the upper two nodes, with spreading branches.

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