St Johns wort – Snow Splash™.
Bright Yellow Blooms in SummerBeautiful yellow flowers and soft grey-green foliage are the hallmarks of St. Johns Wort ‘Sunburst’ (‘Hypernicum’ frodosum ‘Sunburst’). It blooms with daffodil-like blooms in mid-summer when many shrubs are challenged by the heat.The flowers are bright, sunny yellow and are bigger than other St. John’s Wort flowers. Don’t let the cheery flowers and soft foliage fool you, though. This plant is a fighter. Given the right soil conditions – which range from loamy to sandy and everything in between – this plant will make itself right at home, even spreading out a little to form nice coloniesThis American native is super easy to maintain and grow. It thrives in the Southeast without any care at all. In other parts of the country, it may lose its leaves during winter or even die back to the ground in a severe winter, but it will come back strong and true in the spring.It loves full sun, but can’t stand wet feet, so pick a site in your garden accordingly. If you have a wooded edge (or want to get the look of one) this St. John’s Wort will fit right in. It makes a great transition between the yard and the woods, taming down the wildness. Alternately, it brings a nice ‘scruffiness’ to a very formal planting bed. Either way, it can fit into the garden that you have.Because of that, we know that you have a spot in your garden for this easy, breezy native shrub! Buy yours today.* Super low maintenance * Blue green foliage and bright yellow flowers * American native.
St. John’s Wort – Ignite Red, Hypericum androsaemum ‘Ignite Red’, is a very popular shrub because of its unique, compact habit, loads of deep red berry clusters in the fall, and its dark green leaves that are an amazing contrast to the bright yellow flowers and red berries; sometimes having both on the compact bush at the same time! After the first deep frost, this hypericum will lose its leaves and enter dormancy.When this well branched plant comes out of winter dormancy, it should be grown in full sun with plenty of water to get a good start; spring is a good time to transplant. Ignite Red is rust resistant, deer resistant and is low maintenance. The foliage in sun can turn a great red and is a very colorful and handsome looking bush. Only dried up branches have to be cut back to the ground, and if planted in a container, the plant can be stored in a dark cool garage or shed over winter..
Ornamental Shrub with Exceptional Blooms and BerriesMagical Red Star St. John’s Wort is an ornamental shrub with exceptional blooms and berries. It would make an impressive decorative statement in your yard as either a single accent in the front yard, or perhaps a mass planting in your side yard. Planted in containers on your front porch, it would also provide a cheery welcome to visitors.Your Magical Red Star is renowned for its use as a cut flower. In late-spring the buttercup-yellow flowers spring forth in abundance, illuminating the narrow, green foliage with their brilliance. Before long the late summer red berries make their appearance, sprinkling your shrub with their “magical red stars” for a showy display that is sure to turn heads. Magical Red Star is a multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub with an upright habit. It fills out right to the ground so it will provide a full, robust appearance in your landscape. It’s drought tolerant, rust resistant and easy to grow.If you’re looking for a diminutive shrub that requires little or no care, but provides an abundance of decorative interest, this Magical Red Star is for you *Spring flowers*Fall berries*Hardy.
Flowering Plant with Ornamental Berries Magical Orange St. John’s Wort is flowering plant with highly ornamental summer berries. These are perfect for your cutting garden or a mixed border. Your Magical Orange is a variety of Hypericum developed for a prolific crop in the first year. It’s also far more rust resistant than other Hypericum plants and doesn’t suffer from leaf scorch as others do. These features, along with its branched nature, make it an exceptional choice among the other varieties available. Magical Orange has oblong, mid-green hued leaves that fill out its petite form quite nicely. It’s an appropriate backdrop for the tiny yellow flowers that arrive in spring. As the season progresses, orange/red berries will appear on your Magical Orange, a highly decorative aspect of this plant and one sought after by those in the cut flower industry. If left unharvested, those ornamental berries will eventually turn black, creating dramatic autumn definition in your landscape. Your Magical Orange is just one of many varieties of Hypericum, or St. John’s Wort (as it’s also called). St. John’s Wort has been used since ancient times for medicinal purposes, and still valued today in that regard. Magical Orange is a beautifully ornamental plant with many uses, and would make a decorative addition to your home today. *Decorative Berries *Spring and Fall Color *Medicinal Uses.
Yellow Flowers in 3 DThe St. Johns Wort ‘Gemo’, ‘Hypericum ‘Gemo’, is from Denmark and is one of the top sellers there.It is a small shrub that produces a plethora of bright yellow 5 petalled flowers. The many erect stamens add a 3 Dimensional effect to each flower.This small shrub will bloom from July until September, which is the longest in its family. The blue green foliage is willow like and it will reach a plant height of 2-3′ with a spread of 4′-5′.Plant in full sun, and use it as a backdrop in a perennial garden, an accent plant, a small hedge, or use your imagination. *Profuse Yellow Blooms*Blooms All Summer*Willow Like Leaves.
Hot Color for the ShadeShady gardens are typically hard spots to landscape, especially if you want anything with bright colored leaves. Golden Rule St John’s Wort (Hypericum calycinum ‘NCHCI’ USPP 25,941) solves that problem and many others! This is an excellent groundcover subshrub for shady areas.With orange new growth that turns a beautfil shade of yellow, it’s like fall foliage all season long. Combine that with yellow flowers in the summer and you’ve got a can’t-miss shrub!Golden Rule St John’s Wort only reaches 18” high but spreads a full 2 feet, so use it as a front of the shady border plant. You could also let it ramble between other plants in the bed – it gets so thick it will choke out weeds. Though it takes sun, too much will be hard on the leaves and they may burn, so chose your site carefully.‘Golden Rule’ is deer and pest resistant, too. Combine that with little need to prune and you’ve got top-notch shade plant on your hands.This is a great plant for that shady spot in your garden that needs a little lightening up! Order yours today!* Bright color for the shade* Beautiful golden yellow and orange foliage* Yellow flowers all summer.
Dense, Compact EvergreenThe Ames St. Johns Wort, Hypericum kalmianum ‘Ames’, often commonly called Kalm St. Johns Wort, is a native evergreen shrub or subshrub with upright branching. It typically grows in a dense 2′-3′ tall mound.It is a neatly rounded garden shrub with dazzling golden yellow flowers in mid-summer. ‘Ames’ is slightly hardier than other species and has a more uniform shape.Flowers give way to beaked, oval, brown seed capsules that mature in fall and often persist on the shrub until spring.’Ames’ St Johns Wort is easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. It prefers moist, rich, sandy loams and tolerates some drought.Use as a low hedge, for shrub borders, rocky slopes, or a naturalized areas or pond peripheries.This St. Johns Wort is not particular about soil pH levels and is particularly suited for urban conditions, pollution, etc.* Yellow Flowers in Mid Summer* Compact Native Shrub.
Bright Buttercups on a BushNo color is as cheery as the color yellow, and very few flowers can touch Sunny Boulevard for its bright yellow flowers. St. John’s Wort Sunny Boulevard (Hypericum ‘Deppe’) is a beautiful and strong American native. It blooms all summer, offering a very long season of color with its bright yellow buttercup-type flowers.This shrub is lacy and soft on the outside, with its soft grey-green leaves and graceful mounding habit, but it has an iron constitution. It is evergreen in all but the most severe winters. You can count on this plant as a mainstay in your garden.Though you can prune up St. John’s Wort and it will be fine, most people prefer the ‘wild’ native look it brings to your garden. Pair it with other plants that will show off its graceful, natural form and fit into a naturalized planting. Baby blue eyes, ‘Little Joe’ joe-pye weed or Paprika yarrow, for instance, are good companions and their colors will look great with that Sunny Boulevard yellow.Find a spot in your garden border for Sunny Boulevard from Nature Hills. You’ll be rewarded over and over again by this great native shrub.* Bright Yellow Flowers All Summer* Willow Like Leaves* Deer Resistant.