Bergenia ‘Bressingham White’

Description

Also called heartleaf bergenia, this incredibly hardy selection forms a low clump of bold green leaves, which develop bronzy shades during winter. Stems of fluffy, bell-shaped flowers rise above the shiny foliage in mid spring, white at first, aging to very soft pink. The winter leaves are a valuable addition to cut flower bouquets. Most effective when mass planted or used as an edging. Prefers full sun to part shade and grows to 16″ high with a 24″ spread. Attracts butterflies to the garden. Photo courtesy of Meridian Young Plants.
 
Bergenia-Bressingham-White

Also called heartleaf bergenia, this incredibly hardy selection forms a low clump of bold green leaves, which develop bronzy shades during winter. Stems of fluffy, bell-shaped flowers rise above the shiny foliage in mid spring, white at first, aging to very soft pink. The winter leaves are a valuable addition to cut flower bouquets. Most effective when mass planted or used as an edging. Prefers full sun to part shade and grows to 16″ high with a 24″ spread. Attracts butterflies to the garden. Photo courtesy of Meridian Young Plants.
 
Bergenia-Bressingham-White