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Yellow summer flowers are followed by watermelon red berries from fall into winter. Birds love 'em!
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Though often considered a semi-evergreen ground cover, St. John's Wort 'Magical Triumph' can grow to be two to three feet tall and wide. Dark green foliage is topped by bright yellow flowers in the late spring and summer. Those morph into watermelon-red berries in the fall and winter, adding color (and bringing birds) to your garden when all the summer blooms have faded, and can be used in cut-flower bouquets. Hypericums prefer sunny locations and are drought tolerant once established, but can handle shadier locations, albeit with fewer blooms and berries.
|Common Name||St. John's Wort|
|Mature Size||2 - 3 feet tall and wide|
|Cold Hardiness||-10 ° F|
|Characteristics||Semi-evergreen in Pacific NW, deer- and rabbit-resistant, drought tolerant once established, attracts butterflies and birds|
|Light||Sun to partial sun|
|Bloom Color||Yellow, then red berries in the fall|
|Bloom Time||Flowers late spring to summer, then red berries in the fall|
|Uses||Woodland gardens, container planters, borders, hanging baskets, mass plantings|
|Photos||Real images, not stock photos|