Moisture retentive soil
Well drained soil
Bright pink flowers are held in sprays on reddish brown stems above glossy green undulating rounded leaves with a red edge. It flowers from autumn through to winter.
A profusion of stems bearing white flowers in spring over largish leather-like deep green leaves.This older form of 'Elephant's Ears', much beloved of the Edwardians, maintains its popularity due ...
Clusters of deep pink flowers born on short sturdy stems above glossy crinkled foliage appear initially in spring and then at intervals until autumn. The lustrous foliage of this easy evergreen 'Eleph
Sprays of white flowers that fade to pink from late winter to spring held on upright reddish brown stems above small rounded rippled leathery leaves.This compact evergreen form of 'Elephant's Ears'
Clusters of white bell-like flowers which fade to pink, are held on red stems above large rounded hairy leaves in spring. Unusually for Bergenia this variety goes dormant in the autumn.
Bergenia ciliata varieties are all deciduous so lose their leaves in the winter. This means as they come into flower in the spring the flowers are borne above the fresh new hairy leaves as they open.
Clusters of cerise pink flowers are held on red knee high stems above rounded undulating leathery leaves in late winter to spring. Deadhead faded flower spikes and remove damaged leaves in spring.