St Johns Wort

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Hypericum x dummeri 'Peter Dummer'

This St John's Wort plant is perfect for low maintenance ground cover. Hypericum x dummeri 'Peter Dummer' is semi-evergreen and has small yellow flowers, with orange anthers, between July and September. In autumn red-flushed conical fruits appear, and the foliage has…  More Info

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Hypericum calycinum

This low growing semi-evergreen shrub is perfect for low maintenance areas of the garden. Once established, Hypericum calycinum grows virtually anywhere from fertile, moist soil to poor, dry conditions ? it even thrives in deep shade! The large, daffodil-yellow flowers are decorated with a…  More Info

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Hypericum perforatum

…The golden star shaped blooms are borne on the tips of upright stems during June, July and August. Hypericum perforatum'is better known as St. Johns Wort which is renowned as an anti-depressant in complementary medicine. This attractive plant is one of the less…  More Info

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Hypericum 'Hidcote'

Hypericum ?Hidcote' has large, bright yellow flowers, that will brighten up your garden from summer through to autumn. With evergreen foliage, it is easy to grow, low-maintenance and ideal for any size garden with any soil type. 'Hypericum make bushy and dense plants that look great with…  More Info

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Hypericum 'Gemo'

…to summer borders. Hypericum 'Gemo' is a neat rounded variety with a bushy habit and narrow semi-evergreen foliage. Commonly known as St. John's Wort, this dependable shrub will tolerate most growing conditions, including shade and poor, dry soils. Low…  More Info

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Hypericum olympicum 'Citrinum'

The winner of an RHS Award of Garden Merit, Hypericum olympicum ‘Citrinum’ is a far cry from the large hypericum shrubs commonly used for hedging. This elegant variety forms a small, rounded mound of tiny greyish-green leaves, which becomes smothered with very pale lemon-yellow…  More Info

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