Podophyllum peltatum 'Missouri May'
Missouri May Pink Mayapple
Item #: 9703
Zones: 5a to 8b, at least
Height: 15" tall
Origin: United States
We are thrilled to offer the very rare pink-flowered form of our native mayapple, Podophyllum 'Missouri May'. As you may have guessed, this selection of Podophyllum peltatum was discovered in Missouri. Just beneath the deeply-lobed leaf, sits a single pink, horizontally-held flower that opens in early spring just after the leaf has fully unfurled. As with all Podophyllum peltatum, Podophyllum 'Missouri May' spreads via underground stolons to make a 5' wide patch in 5 years when grown in rich, moist soils. Thanks to plantswoman Ellen Hornig, founder of the former Seneca Hill Nursery, for making it possible for us to offer this gem.
Flower Color: Pink
Bloom Time: Spring
Container Role: Thrillers
Garden Themes: Cottage Garden Plants
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