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Hypericum x inodorum ‘Ysella’

A Conservation Scheme Plant

Date Introduced
2010

Introduced by
Isle of Wight Group

Reason for Inclusion
Historical interest as a Blooms of Bressingham introduction.

Verification
Blooms of Bressingham

Brief description of plant
Deciduous small shrub with open habit.

Height x Spread
100cm x 100cm

Flowers
Clusters of small yellow flowers with prominent stamens. Red berries turning black in autumn.

Foliage
Bright lime green in spring, darkening later in the season.

Flowering Time
May - June (berries July-Sept)

Soil type
Any soil.

Aspect
Part shade

Pests and diseases
Foliage may be disfigured by rust if dry.

Cultivation
Best in light shade where the brightness of spring foliage can be appreciated. Prune hard in early spring to promote new foliage.

Propagation
Soft or semi-ripe cuttings will root easily.


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