St Johns Wort Shrubs
The plant category for St. John’s Wort is Hypericum. There are many varieties of this plant with several common names such as Tipton’s Weed. Rosin Rose, Goatweed, Aarons’ Beard, and Klamath Weed. St. John’s Wort is a perennial and often listed as an herb for its history as a medicinal plant. St John’s Wort is widely used as a groundcover, in rock gardens, and under trees, especially those with very competitive root systems.
Nature Hills offers St. John’s Wort varieties that have long lasting, bright yellow flowers. The beautiful clusters of flowers appear in late June and July and will certainly brighten up a landscape. The leaves are very identifiable with their transparent dots. This plant is evergreen in warm climates, and it will come back each spring (perennial) in colder climates. Varieties such as ‘Sunburst’ and ‘Sunny Boulevard’ are easy to grow and maintain. They adapt well to many soil conditions but will not tolerate a site that has standing water. Most of these plants have attractive fall foliage and showy fruit. For more information click on any picture or call Nature Hills at 888.864.7663.