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Kirengeshoma revived

siris

By Siris


Kirengeshoma revived (Kirengeshoma palmata (Kirengeshoma))

In the shady conservatory border. It was growing at the base of an apple tree, which I removed and consequently had to be lifted. The enormous root was decimated and I feared I had done for it.



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Thats gorgeous Siris.

4 Sep, 2017

 

Never heard of it before I will have a google

Gg

5 Sep, 2017

 

It is a plant for shade. The flowers do not open much more than the one in the centre.

5 Sep, 2017

 

Glad you managed to save it!

15 Sep, 2017

 

Dd, And it's leaves are green this year, not chlorotic.

15 Sep, 2017

 

Well done!

16 Sep, 2017

 

Thank you Dd, I do hate to lose a plant, especially one I have had for a long time.

17 Sep, 2017

 

I agree.....

18 Sep, 2017

 

I am talking 20+ years before I dig it up.

23 Sep, 2017

 

One that is on my wish list.

24 Sep, 2017



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