Thursday, July 31, 2008

Kirengeshoma koreana

Kirengeshoma koreana blooms 2 weeks earlier than K. palmata. To look at it, you wouldn't automatically know that it is in the Hydrangea family of plants. However, its leaves do have a similarity to other hydrangeas, it grows well in shade, and of course it is a bit of a water hog as I've mentioned before. With any luck, there will be a bit of a cross-over in bloom time and I'll be able to show what K. koreana and palmata look like side-by-side.

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