Each time I vow never to order anything more from Albrecht Hoch in Berlin (www.albrechthoch.de), they send me their catalogues again, and I succomb. Their website BTW is completely new. Very nice people, very competent service, fascinating plants, very old family establishment.
So anyway, I saw this YELLOW bleeding heart in the newest catalogue, and it is a must have! Do any of you have it? If so, what will it want from me? How big is it?
Yellow! I can't imagine it, can you?
These people have the most amazing rarities, from little yellow speckled frittilarias to several varieties of meconopsis, specially selected irises, peonies, lilies and various perennials, both common and rare.
They ship to anywhere, it would seem, and the plants always arrive lovingly wrapped in moist straw.
The only thing is: not everything does well. My meconopsis betonicifolia was a complete flop despite my having given it a north-east exposure and terrific drainage. Oh that blue....But alas, no success.
Anyhow, I digress from my question, which is: Can anyone tell me anything about Dicentra Lichiangensis?
On plant Dicentra Lichiangensis
- 1 Jan, 2009