Trollius x cultorum 'New Moon'
Large flowering, with bigger blooms and more vigour than the well known cultivar Trollius 'Alabaster,' this variety was introduced in 2011. It requires two growing seasons for abundant flowering but is definitely worth the wait.
The creamy yellow globular flowers on strong erect stems appear from late spring through early summer making beautiful additions to fresh springtime bouquets.
It loves moist shade, pairing well with hostas, ferns and forget-me-nots.
The attractive dissected, deep green foliage grows vigorously to form a crisp looking clump. Gorgeous and elegant.
Photo: Blackstem Plants
Moist, boggy, humus rich
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