Mukdenia rossii ‘Karasuba’ SOLD OUT
A fantastic, perennial plant from east Asia grown primarily for its foliage. Mukdenia rossii ‘Karasuba’ (also know as Crimson Fans) is a selection which was found in a Japanese nursery by Daniel Hinkley. Produces white, starry flowers on erect stems from April to May and clumps of fanned, maple-shaped leaves that, from mid-summer, turn bright red from the leaf tips. Height 45 cm. Part sun to part shade in moist, humus rich soil. If grown in a more open location then the more intense will be the leaf colour.