Hypericum FloralBerry™ Champagne PPAF

Champagne colored fruits!

Common Name Floralberry champagne St. John's wort
Botanical Name Hypericum inodorum ‘Kolmcham’ PPAF
Size 3' tall by 3' wide
USDA hardiness Zones 6-9
Sun / Shade Full su to part shade
Soil Average garden soil
Moisture Moist, but well-drained
Disease and Pests None known -rust resistant
Landscape use Borders, containers, cutting gardens, urban spaces
Market appeal / Uniqueness Decorative, creamy-white berries will add a unique element of color to your garden and decorating palette.
Propagation Methods Vegetative cuttings
Bloom Time Flower in spring - Fruits in late summer

Angela and Linda’s Garden Notes:

Butter-yellow spring flowers are followed by clusters of lovely, creamy-white, early fall berries that quickly become the highlight of this easy-to-care-for, decorative shrub. Great for mixed containers as well as borders and mass plantings, Champagne FloralBerry™ garners attention wherever it’s placed. Relax with a cool beverage and enjoy – but be sure to plant enough so you can harvest the decorative stems for floral arrangements!

Pruning: Shape in late winter/early spring before flowering. Flower buds ripen into sought-after berries, so be cautious not to prune once the flower buds are set