Hypericum berries are a staple of retail and event floral studios nationwide but can be hard to find as plants. I'm excited that Danziger is letting us offer these varieties for the first time.
The BRISK™ series is bred for high resistance to rust and root nematodes, two issues that can weaken hypericum. These particular cultivars have been bred for production in frost free equatorial locations. Specialty Cut Flowers (Armitage and Laushman) lists Hypericum as hardy zones 5-7, so provide protection as you see fit. We have had plants overwinter here in zone 3, but only under heavy snow cover.
The GLOBO™ series expands the color range available, while maintaining rust and nematode resistance. This series may be allowed to grow naturally to form the usual Hypericum stem, or it may be pinched (disbudded) to encourage the side branches to grow and produce a spray type stem. I am looking for more cultural information on this practice.
Hypericum is grown in a HALF TRAY.
TWO OF THESE 51-CELL "STRIP TRAYS" TAKE UP THE SPACE OF 1 STANDARD TRAY FOR SHIPPING PURPOSES.
Order 9or more weeks in advance of desired ship date.