Bergenia ‘Bressingham White’

Bergenia ‘Bressingham White’

Flowering Clusters of pure white, bell-shaped flowers occasionally tinged in pink held by red tinted stems, develop from late Winter into early Spring.
Size Growing to 40cm height and 50cm wide.
Maintenance Feed in spring with a slow release fertiliser.
Position Tolerant of cold and dry conditions once established, avoid choosing a position that receives hot western sun.
Uses A spectacular plant for containers, garden edges, garden beds or pathway features in part to full shade gardens.

This selection forms a low clump of bold green leaves, which develop bronzy shades during winter. Stems of bell-shaped flowers rise above the shiny foliage from late winter. Bergenia ‘Bressingham White’ slowly spreads to form a low clump of large leaves with fine trusses of pure white flowers.

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