Yellow Wax Bells - Kirengeshoma palmata

Kirengeshoma palmata
Mature Height: 24-48 inches
Mature Spread: 24-30 inches

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An excellent choice for shade gardens this perennial is grown for its interesting sycamore shaped leaves, and it's late blooming canary yellow bell shaped flowers. It's a great choice for those looking for an eastern appeal in the garden performs well in Japanese style gardens or in a shady area of any garden. Provides a shrub alternative for shaded areas, and the bold leaves stand out among other favorites, such as aralia, hosta, or tiarella.

Wax bells, appreciate, rich, moist soil, and will grow in the shade of trees. It's rarely bothered by disease or pest and can naturalize an area of woodland with beautiful textured shrub-like growth. It is not evergreen and will regrow quickly into a shrub each year.

Photo Credit: Stonehouse Nursery

Bloom Color:Buttery yellow; Grow in panicles
Bloom Period:Late summer to early fall
Genus & Species:Kirengeshoma palmata
Mature Height:24-48 inches
Mature Spread:24-30 inches
Plant Spacing:24-28 inches
Planting Depth:At crown level (base of the plant)
Planting Time:Spring or early summer planting
Soil Type:Prefers moist soil with good drainage, can grow under a tree canopy
Sun Exposure:Morning sun to full shade
Zone:5 to 8

General care for any tree or shrub is easy, but like any living thing will require your attention. Please educate yourself and follow these simple rules.

Yellow Wax Bells - Kirengeshoma palmata

Grow under a tree canopy or in an established forested area. The salvia is easy to care for with little or no maintenance. Soil should stay moist and may require additional watering in periods of drought, but with its tolerance of shade it prefers to grow in areas where direct sunlight isn't a problem and benefits dramatically from a layer of mulch, whether it be hardwood or leaf. Does not tolerate wet feet.

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