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Darmera peltata


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Darmera peltata or umbrella plant is a slowly spreading, shade-loving, foliage plant that is a great solution for moist to wet spots.


Description:
Darmera peltata or umbrella plant is a slowly spreading, shade-loving, foliage plant that is a great solution for damp soils, river banks or pond edges but also tolerates average garden conditions. The pale pink star-shaped flowers emerge first in spring followed by the large umbrella-like foliage. The leaves turn crimson in the autumn. Native to northwestern California and southwestern Oregon. Photo courtesy Great Plant Picks.


Common Name: Umbrella Plant

Family: Saxifragaceae (The Saxifrage Family)

Zone Hardiness: 5-9

Light: Full Shade, Part Shade, Part Sun

Height: 2-4'

Width: 12-24"

Primary Bloom Colour: Pink

Secondary Bloom Colour: White/Cream

Class: Deciduous

Type: Perennial

Bloom Time: Late Spring

Soil Moisture: Moist, Average, Wet

Stem Colour:

Fragrance: No

Berries: No

Benefits:

Deer Resistant: Unknown

BC Native: No

Native Habitat: By the banks of mountain streams below 1800m. By or in cold mountain streams.

Award: AGM

Geogrpahical Origin: Americas - North America

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