Potentilla fruticosa Tangerine

Potentilla Tangerine

Bred at the famous Slieve Donard nursery in Northern Ireland, Potentilla fruticosa Tangerine is a small, deciduous shrub with a dense, bushy, mounded habit, smaller than some potentillas. The small, grey-green leaves are divided into five leaflets. The single, saucer-shaped flowers are an unusual colour, apricot-yellow with a flush of orange-red, and bloom for a very long period from June to September. Potentillas do best in the ground, rather than containers, and in drier, less fertile soils. Potentilla Tangerine is more tolerant of clay soils than other potentillas, and colours best in partial shade.

Site: Tolerates exposure
Soil: Any light, well drained soil, not too fertile
Position: Full sun or partial shade
Season of interest: Summer and autumn
Hardiness: Very hardy
Height: 2’ (60cm) Spread: 2’ (60cm)

Type | Size: Pot | 3L
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