Pink All SpringBergenia Pink Dragonfly (Pig Squeak), Bergenia ‘Pink Dragonfly’, has shiny cabbage-like leaves that have an unusually thick rubbery feel; makes a pig squeak sound you rub them between your fingers!Pink Dragonfly is a low growing perennial that has clusters of bright tubular pink flowers with darker pink centers on 15″ stalks from early to late spring. The flowers provide long lasting cut blooms for bouquets or cut flowers. The blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies.The 8″ high foliage is green through the growing seasond and turns a reddish-bronze hue in fall . It may be evergreen in warmer climates.It has a 8″ high rosette of thick green leaves which are slow to spread. The thick green leaves are deer and rabbit resistant. It prefers part sun and consistent moist soil with good drainiage, but can adapt to a variety of sun and soil conditions. Use this Bergenia as a groundcover, edging, in small spaces, as a specimen plant, or in a container. The Bergenia is certainly for gardeners who are looking for multiple seasons of interest!* Bright Pink Blooms All Spring* Green Foliage Turns Bronze in Autumn* Attracts Butterflies and Hummingbirds, But is Deer and Rabbit Resistant.
Red Flower Lead to Bronze FoliageBergenia Winter Glow, Bergenia cordifolia ‘Winter Glow’, is an evergreen perennial that is sure to be noticed with its shiny, cabbage-like leaves. These leaves have an unusually thick rubbery feel that makes a “pig squeak” sound when rubbed between your fingers.The bright green leaves are large for this small, 12″-15″ high plant with only a 12″ spread. It is slow growing and does not spread much. Bergenia ‘Winter Glow’ has clusters of bright red flowers on 15″ stalks from early to late spring that provide long lasting cut blooms for bouquets.It may rebloom in the fall.During the fall and winter months, the leaves of ‘Winter Glow’ turn a reddish-bronze hue and return to green in the spring. It may be evergreen in warm climate.‘Winter Glow’ is a versatile plant for use as a ground cover, edging, or container gardening.Bergenia is easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in part shade to full shade; tolerant of a wide range of soils, but prefers moist, humusy ones. It is deer and rabbit resistant and salt and drought tolerant. Be sure to place this plant where it can be noticed!*Reblooming Red Flowers on 15″ Stalks*Large Green Leaves on Compact Hardy Plant*Resists Rabbits, Deer, Salt, Drought.
The Bergenia ‘Bressingham Ruby’, a Blooms of Bressingham plant, also known at Bergenia Pigsqueak or Heartleaf, is a popular ground cover that is great for weed-smothering.Being a vigorous spreader, it is great in rock gardens or as a border plant. The paddle-shaped leaves turn burgundy in cold weather with short clusters of pink flowers on stout stems.The deep rosy-red flowers show from mid to late spring and are a great contrast with its foliage.Bergenia ‘Bressingham Ruby’ should be planted in full shade, but will tolerate some morning sun. It has a plant height of 14” and a spread of 12” wide.Try planting Bergenia ‘Bressingham Ruby’ with Japanese Painted Fern or Pulmonairia ‘Mrs. Moon’.It is definitely a perennial that should not be left out of any garden!* Deer resistant* Rabbit resistant* Fall color.
Bergenia Lunar Glow (Pig Squeak), Bergenia ‘Lunar Glow’, adds a luminous glow to containers or along a pathway.In the spring, Lunar Glow produces dark pink flowers amid rounded leaves that are a soft creamy yellow. This colorful selection of Bergenia should get more attention!The leaves hold their light yellow color through most of the summer and the short spikes of lovely pink bell-like flowers compliment the unique creamy yellow leaves.In the fall and winter the evergreen leaves turn burgundy red and provide late season interest. It thrives in warm humid climates.You will get a dramatic contrast if you plant Lunar Glow near plants with dark green foliage.This versatile perennial makes an excellent container plant or companion under shrubs or trees. It is deer and rabbit resistant.* Fall color* Attracts hummingbirds* Drought tolerant .