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Persicaria amplexicaulis ORANGEFIELD 'Orangofield'

Persicaria amplexicaulis ORANGEFIELD 'Orangofield'

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About this cultivar:

Persicaria amplexicaulis ORANGEFIELD 'Orangofield' is one of Chris Ghyselen's several knotweed varieties, with a rich coral or orange-pink bloom holding aloft its upright foxtail of a bloom. Orangefield is also a song written by Van Morrison and released on his 1989 album Avalon Sunset. The song takes place on a golden Autumn day and is named after the school that Morrison attended during his youth. I suspect that was an influence on the name!

  • Position: Full sun, partial shade
  • Soil: Almost any soil, grows well in Ballyrobert
  • Flowers: July, August, September, October
  • Other features: Bees and Butterflies
  • Hardiness: Fully hardy, grows well in Ballyrobert
  • Habit: Clump forming
  • Foliage: Semi evergreen
  • Height: 60 - 90 cm (2 - 3 ft)
  • Spread: 60 - 90 cm (2 - 3 ft)
  • Time to full growth: 2 to 5 years
  • Plant type: Herbaceous Perennial
  • Colour: Green, red, pink
  • Goes well with: --

About this genus:

Persicaria is a genus of flowering plants in the knotweed family (Polygonaceae). Plants of the genus are known commonly as smartweeds, knotweed, fleece flower, or buckwheat. It has a cosmopolitan distribution, with species occurring nearly worldwide. The genus was recently segregated -so many of you old folk probably know it as Polygonum!

The genus Persicaria has many weedy species and somewhat of a bad reputation. However, as with any family, there are always some good members. We think we have found them!

Persicaria leaves are often multi-coloured and often marked with dark centers and silver chevrons. This versatile genus will most likely grow anywhere that isn't a pond or a dark room. Other than an occasional haircut Persicaria is a low maintenance plant, that seems to look at home anywhere you plant it.

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