Hypericum henryi subsp. hancockii ‘September Sun’

A particularly graceful, airy species I found half way up Tay Con Linh mountain in N. Vietnam, virtually on the Chinese border. Dainty, bright-yellow flowers over an exceptionally long period in late summer/early autumn and attractive, small, narrow leaves, all on a shrub up to 2m high in the wild, with arching narrow stems. This clone received an AGM in the RHS trial recently and was named here. An exceptional Hypericum.

Pot size: 2L



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