Adapts to any well-drained site. Blooms on old wood – prune as needed after flowering. Remove oldest stems every 3-5 years to encourage vigorous juvenile growth.
Northern growers have long appreciated the hardiness of Fine Wine, but we’ve always wished it was better. This plant solves our dilemma; it maintains the superior hardiness but comes with darker foliage and better flowering.
Top reasons to grow Very Fine Wine™ in your garden:
– Fantastic cold hardiness, less prone to tip dieback.
– Darker foliage, full season interest.
– Heavy bloomer
|Dimensions||2 × 2 ft|
4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Borders, Containers, Edging, House Plant
Alkaline soil, Clay soil, Deer resistant, Foliage interest