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Disporum flavens

Korean Fairy Bells
Korean Fairy Bells. So easy, so stunning, so underplanted. Twenty years ago, our plant buddy Margie Mott presented us with a clump of this from one of the gardens she tended. She informed us that we needed to grow this plant, and she was so right! This graceful shade plant emerges in mid spring with nodding butter yellow bells. The display carries on for a couple of weeks, after which the foliage remains attractive and well behaved. 24" tall. Slow at first, but long lived.
Genus Disporum
Common Name Korean Fairy Bells
Hardiness Zone 5, 6, 7, 8
Light Requirements Part Sun, Full Shade
Seasonal Interest Spring, Summer
Season of Blooming Spring
Use Bed, Naturalizing, Massing
Special Attributes Deer Resistant, Cold Hardy, Easy Care, Heirloom
Color Yellow