A lovely variety of oyster mushroom, with reddish-purple leaves, decorative throughout the season. Blooms yellow in June and July. It grows with the help of underground runners, and under favorable conditions it reaches up to 120 cm in height and 60 cm in width. Requires fertile, humus soil, constantly moist, prefers marshy, water-based sites. The color of the leaves is particularly intense in the sun. It looks great on a flower meadow in small groups of 3-10 together; number of plants per 1 m2 - 5. It can grow a lot - you should allocate enough space for it or plant it in containers. Already in spring they create a harmonious or contrasting background for tulips or late daffodils, and in autumn they change color nicely. Young, chocolate shoots of oyster mushroom strongly contrast with the mixture of yellow tulips, and grasses with striped leaves, e.g. miscanthus 'Zebrinus' or palm sedge 'Aureovariegata'. Before her own flowers emerge, the lily of the valley harmonizes with pink and lilac, then goes well with the composition of hot colors. Completely frost-resistant !! The seedlings are shipped from March 15. Plants are covered with moist compost and well protected for transport. Ground parts slightly trimmed to prevent excessive transpiration. The offered root seedling is the size of a seedling that will fit in a 1l nursery pot.
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