Mukdenia rossii

Mukdenia (5)This lovely little member of the saxifrage family enticed me with its rosy autumnal foliage.  Little did I know quite how delightful the flower spikes of Mukdenia rossii  would be, standing tall above the barely emerging bronze/green palmate leaves.  If you have a sliver of woodlandesque garden, not too dry, I would recommend this Chinese native for a long season of splendid interest.  It certainly brightened a misty spring morning for me.

10 thoughts on “Mukdenia rossii

  1. The foliage is superb here in the fall but not much of a bloomer. Maybe we don’t have your misty mornings 😉


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