Hypericum Hidcote' 3.5L

Hypericum 'Hidcote', commonly known as St. John's Wort 'Hidcote', is a popular deciduous shrub prized for its bright yellow flowers and attractive foliage. This cultivar features large, golden-yellow, cup-shaped blooms with prominent stamens that appear from midsummer to early fall, providing a cheerful burst of color in the garden. The flowers contrast beautifully with the plant's dark green, lance-shaped leaves, creating a striking visual effect. With its compact, bushy growth habit and extended blooming period, 'Hidcote' is a versatile and low-maintenance choice for garden beds, borders, and mixed shrub plantings.

  • Vibrant yellow blooms: Hypericum 'Hidcote' is known for its large, bright yellow flowers that have a cheerful, sunny appearance. The cup-shaped blooms, adorned with prominent stamens, add a lively splash of colour to the garden.
  • Long blooming period: This cultivar blooms from midsummer to early fall, providing a prolonged period of floral interest and colour in the landscape.
  • Attractive foliage: The dark green, lance-shaped leaves of 'Hidcote' create a beautiful backdrop for its bright flowers. The foliage remains attractive throughout the growing season, adding texture and depth to the garden.
  • Compact and bushy habit: 'Hidcote' has a compact, bushy growth habit, making it suitable for smaller garden spaces, borders, and container planting. It typically grows to a height and spread of about 3-4 feet.
  • Versatile use: Hypericum 'Hidcote' is versatile and can be used in a variety of garden settings, including beds, borders, mixed shrub plantings, and as a low hedge. Its bright flowers and neat growth habit make it a valuable addition to any landscape design.
  • Low maintenance: This shrub is easy to grow and requires minimal maintenance. It thrives in well-drained soil and full sun to partial shade. 'Hidcote' is drought-tolerant once established and generally pest-free.
  • Pollinator friendly: The bright yellow flowers of 'Hidcote' attract bees and other pollinators