at Digging Dog
A fabulous Dan Hinkley introduction, from a 1998
Sichuan Province collecting trip, False Bugbane sports
slender spikes of dainty white flowers poised above
dapper heart-shaped leathery foliage with a marooninfused
lacquer-like sheen. The low growing evergreen
rosette slowly forms a splendid undemanding ground
cover that is further enhanced by intriguing venation,
softly toothed foliar margins and purplish brown petioles.
Beesia deltophylla belongs to the Buttercup family and
is well-suited for the woodlands or underneath high
canopies, where it glimmers amid companions such as
Corydalis, Cyclamen or Ferns and revels in moist but
not soggy compost-enriched soil.
Size: 18" high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 6.
Beesia deltophylla (P-1795)
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