How to care for yellow wax bells?

Grow yellow wax bells in moist, shady sites. It can tolerate more sun if adequate moisture is provided. It does best in deep, humus-rich soil and should be provided supplemental water in dry years. Avoid excessive fertilization.

How to care for Kirengeshoma palmata?

Kirengeshoma palmata Survives the -20ºF winters of USDA Zone 5, as well as winters of warmer climates. CareGrow in rich, moist, acidic soil. Shelter from wind. PropagationDivide as soon as growth begins in spring, taking care not to damage young, tender shoots.

Are yellow wax bells invasive?

Shrublike in stature, yellow wax bells grows from short, thick rhizomes, but is not considered invasive. It generally matures at 3-4 feet tall by 2-3 feet wide, although very old clumps will often be much wider.

Do deer eat Kirengeshoma?

Deer resistant! Multistemmed plant with large leaves getting 4′ or so high with mid summer yellow flowers at the ends of the stems. A very choice perennial and valuable for the late season flowers.

How do you propagate Kirengeshoma?

Deep acidic soil. Humus rich soil, moist soil, cool soil. Mix in organic material when planting; do not use manure. Propagate: by dividing established plants (four years minimum) in the spring in cooler areas or the autumn in warmer areas.

How do you grow Kirengeshoma?

Kirengeshoma are best planted in a moist but well-drained soil of sand, loam or clay within an acidic PH balance. They are best positioned in a sheltered area of full sun or part shade. Kirengeshoma are well suited to flower beds and borders within a cottage or informal garden setting.

Is Fleeceflower deer resistant?

Other: Attractive to butterflies and birds, but not to deer and rabbits, giant fleeceflower is a great plant for the back of the border, screening, waterside plantings and as a specimen plant.

Does ligularia like full sun?

Culture: A hardy perennial (USDA 8, 10-20 degrees), the Ligularia grows best in morning or late afternoon sun with midday shade; or dappled shade all day. Direct midday sun and intense heat can cause the foliage to wilt. Ligularia thrive in rich loamy soil, but can tolerate heavy clay soils once established.

Should I cut back my ligularia?

Ligularia (Ligularia dentata) is predominantly grown for its foliage, which turns to a dark mush after frost. Feel free to cut it back. If conditions are dry, the foliage will begin to yellow and it can be sheared to the crown. Allow the new growth to remain through the winter.

Is Fleeceflower invasive?

It adapts to most climates, from hardiness zones 3 to 9. Unlike other knotweeds (genera Persicaria, Polygonum and Fallopia), many of which are highly invasive, giant fleeceflower is not rhizomatous but grows in dense clumps. After several years of culture, however, it may produce an offset or two.