Gunnera magellanica Devils strawberry

Description

This evergreen plant is excellent for groundcover. At only 10 cm tall, it is not to be confused with its giant relative Gunnera manicata which is over 2 m tall.

Repotting or planting

Remove the plant from the pot, and plant in damp ground, in a hole deep enough to accommodate the root ball.

Care instructions

Trim back dead foliage in Autumn.

Colour

Red

Growth rate

Slow

Flowers

July-Aug

Sun/shade

Full sun- Part shade

Season

Spring, Summer, Autumn

Measurements in centimetres

Height Min –Max

5-20

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