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Hypericum calycinum St. John's Wort
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Hypericum Calycinum ships as 3.5 inch potted plants. Each order receives 5 plants.
Please note: Due to state restrictions, we will not ship this plant variety to addresses in Wyoming.
Hypericum Calycinum is a beautiful and versatile ground cover plant can be used as a small flowering shrub or flowering ground cover. This Hypericum is often called Aaron's beard or creeping St. John's wort. Calycinum Hypericum is easy to grow in average, moist, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Hypericum tolerates a wide range of soils and thrives in sandy soils in full sun. Hypericum will grow in partially shaded areas, however, the plants will bloom less. A low growing evergreen plant in warm winter climates.
Plant Hypericum Calycinum 18 inches apart as a ground cover. Plant spacings: Planting 18 inches apart, 100 plants covers a 225 square foot area.
Uses for Hypericum Calycinum: Ground cover plants, sun gardens, rock gardens, border fronts, naturalized plantings. Also good for stabilizing embankments or hillsides. Good for planting under trees where it competes well with shallow tree roots. Allan Armitage calls this "one of the finest ground covers available."
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