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Darmera peltata

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Darmera peltata

  • Can Tolerate Heavy Shade, Erosion, and Wet Soil
  • Low Maintenance 
  • Showy

Thick-rhizomed perennial Darmera peltata, often known as umbrella plant, is found naturally in mountain stream banks and woodlands from southern Oregon to northern California. It normally grows 3-5' tall. Features terminal, spherical clusters of tiny pink to white flowers (to 1/2" wide), known as corymbs, that emerge in the early spring before the leaves.

Homeowner Growing Tips: If soil moisture levels are not maintained, leaf scorching may happen. This is a huge plant that requires a lot of area. grows well in shady places with typical garden soil as long as moisture needs can be supplied. Effective in wet woodlands, native plant gardens, bogs, or along the edges of streams and ponds, where rhizomes support the banks.

Common Name: umbrella plant
Plant Type: Perennial
Exposure: Shade to Part Sun
Hardiness Zone: 5-7
Bloom Color: Pink
Bloom Time: Spring
Garden Height: 3-5 Feet
Garden Spread: 3-5 Feet
Size Category: Tall: 36 Inches or more