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  • Writer's pictureTom moule

Plant of the week: Hypericum Magical Pumpkin

The Hypericum Magical Pumpkin is a low growing, semi-evergreen shrub which produces striking yellow flowers from mid-Summer through to late Autumn

After flowering, coral coloured berries appear which contrast nicely from its lush green foliage! Fully frost hardy and able to tolerate most soil conditions, this shrub would make a perfect addition to any garden.

Quick fact: The name Hypericum is derived from the Greek god Hyperion, father of Helios, also known as the Sun

Growing to around 3ft tall and 2ft in width, this Hypericum can be used as a beautiful low growing hedge.

For best results, plant in a sunny spot with good draining soil.

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