Hypericum FloralBerry™ Rose’ PPAF

Lush, pink fruits!

Common Name Floralberry Rose' St. John's wort
Botanical Name Hypericum inodorum ’Kolros’ PPAF
Size 3' tall by 3' wide
USDA hardiness Zones 6-9
Sun / Shade Full sun 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 Sunny, yellow cup-shaped flowers serve as butterfly magnets in spring, followed by large, showy clusters of glowing pink berries from late summer into fall. A well-branched, compact shrub, Rose’ FloralBerry’s™ bright fruits bring a color play seldom seen in St Johns’ Worts.
Propagation Methods Vegetative cuttings
Bloom Time Flowers in spring - Fruits in late summer

Angela and Linda’s Garden Notes:

Sunny, yellow cup-shaped flowers serve as butterfly magnets in spring, followed by large, showy clusters of glowing pink berries from late summer into fall. A well-branched, compact shrub, Rose’ FloralBerry’s™ bright fruits bring a color play seldom seen in St Johns’ Worts. Small enough to fit in most garden spaces, plant Rose’ FloralBerry™ along a path or in a decorative container, for enjoyment from spring through fall. As a bonus, berried stems are wonderful for mixing with other bright colored flowers for freshly cut arrangements.

Pruning: Prune to shape in early spring before flowers appear or after fruiting in the fall. Plants should not be pruned after flower buds are set