Hypericum perforatum. (Marsh St Johns Wort)
Hypericum come in many forms and have many uses. Perforate is the a wildflower fantastic for beds and borders grows even in poor soil and is often found growing as a marginal in shallow water and wet soils.
These are compact plants reaching approximately 20cm when in flower and create a mat forming clump of delicate green leaves. the bold yellow star flowers come in bunches and create a gorgeous splash of yellow.
Native plant happy in most soil types and best in full sun but will grow in part shade.
Will self seed to prevent remove the seed heads or leave for a nice naturalising effect.
Comes in a 9cm pot.
Upon arrival carefully unpack, water and allow a couple of days to settle in cool lightly shaded conditions before planting out. Water well until established after which little care is needed.