Potentilla Hopleys Orange also known as Shrubby cinquefoil comes from the Rosaceae family. Originating in most countries of the northern Hemisphere such as China, Russia Japan and others. This vibrant and colourful small shrub has many admirable qualities, not least being its long flowering period.
A bushy deciduous hardy little shrub, Potentilla Hopelys Orange tolerates low temperatures and is easy to grow in any reasonable soil. The flowers benefit from a light shade as strong sunlight will diminish the colour of the blooms. The stunning deep orange flowers make an eye catching addition to any border or indeed as a low informal more relaxed hedge.
This popular garden plant if planted at 3-5 plants per metre will make an excellent low hedge of 20 – 30 inches in height, or 4-6 plants per square metre can be used as ground cover. Trimming in autumn will help keep its shape although occasional clipping can be done to remove any wayward stems. These long lasting shrubs are low maintenance but if trimming has been neglected they can cope with some hard pruning.
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