Hypericum FloralBerry™ Sangria PPAF

Deep red colored fruits

Common Name Floralberry Sangria St. John's wort
Botanical Name Hypericum inodorum ’Kolsan’ 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 One of the most dramatic varieties in the FloralBerry™ series, bright yellow flowers bloom in spring, followed by shiny, wine-red berries – both complimented by the dark-burgundy undersides of this St. Johns’ Wort’s leaves
Propagation Methods Vegetative cuttings
Bloom Time Flowers in spring - Fruits in late summer

Angela and Linda’s Garden Notes:

One of the most dramatic varieties in the FloralBerry™ series, bright yellow flowers bloom in spring, followed by shiny, wine-red berries – both complimented by the dark-burgundy undersides of this St. Johns’ Wort’s leaves. Especially effective when massed with pink-flowered Phlox and Rudbeckias, where the colors serve as the feature to a garden border or mixed container. As an extra bonus, the plantings will provide plenty of cut stems for indoor use in floral 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