Flowers: May-July. Plant in moist part shade. HxS 60x45cm
At last we have managed to build enough stock to offer this beautiful but elusive variety. It is on many gardener’s ‘wants’ list! The palest yellow-white flowers, the colour of alabaster, emerge from a basal mass of deeply-divided mid-green leaves in late spring and early summer. The flowers begin as a tight round ball, opening to a cup-shaped bowl, rather like a paeony. Trollius need a moist soil to perform well. Easy to grow, pest and disease resistant and ultra hardy.
Care & Maintenance.
Dies back quickly in autumn and foliage can be removed then. Propagate by division in early spring. The rootball is very dense and we use an old saw to cut through it.