Mukdenia rossii 

Mukdenia rossii


£ 3,49 tax incl.

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Container: 0,51 litre pot

Flowering period: spring flowers

Hardiness zone: zone 5-10

Height: 30 to 50cm

Plant spacing: 60 cm


Native to China and Korea, formerly known as Aceriphyllum rossii, Mukdenia rossii is remarkable for its foliage which looks like maple leaves and its white spring flowers.

Hardy and sturdy, Mukdenia rossii likes moist to damp, humus-rich to heavy, damp soils.

In a partial shade setting, we like to combine it with Polygonatum, Dicentra spectabilis, Epimedium, Polystichum, Brunnera macrophylla or Astilboides tabularis.

Grow in partial shade (can cope with morning sun) in good garden soil.

Cultivation and Propagation
Soil type:heavy wet clay soils, good garden soil, humus rich
Culture advice:Planting soil composed: 1/3 coarse sand, 1/3 garden soil, 1/3 horticultural compost
Aspect:shade, partial shade
Special maintenance:Cut off dead flowers, Prune the plant at the end of autumn, Remove faded leaves (comb)
Multiplication Tips:Division in early spring
Garden tips:
Garden value:attractive foliage, low maintenance
Garden style:cottage garden, garden undergrowth, japanese garden style
Landscape interest:mixed-border
Position:edge of the path, front of the border

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