PBR Name: Sunburn
Here's a plant that will grow in just about any situation and flowers for most of the year. Sunburn bears lots of gold to yellow flowers which glow against the green to bottle green foliage. Uses are endless including generel garden, pot or hanging basket, vertical garden, embankments, retaining walls or rooftop. It's an infertile hybrid, so there's no risk of invasion either. It will grow in all soil types, including clay, it's drought and frost tolerant, handles high humidity, what more could you want!?
It's succulent foliage grows no higher than 10cm or so and will cover about half a metre of ground with dense, interesting, succulent foliage.
Height: to 10cm
Width: to 1m
Best planting time: March to October.
Flowering time: Flowers heavily through the warmer months and continues to flower throughout the year.
Foliage/Flowers: Deep green succulent and fleshy foliage.
Optimum planting requirements: Plant 1-2 plants per m2 for mass plantings.
Optimum climatic zones: Best planted in cool, temperate or tropical climates.
Uses: Mass plantings, retaining walls, embankments.
Soil Type: All soil types.
Care: Lightly trim every 3 -5 years to maintain vigour and promote new growth.
Open the attached information sheet for technical notes and further information or to print this information.
|Use||Slopes/Embankments, Playgrounds, Mass Plantings, Ground Cover, Feature Plant|
|Optimum Position||Full Sun|
|Tolerant to:||Drought, Frost, Wind, Humidity, Salty Soils, Sandy Soils, Clay Soils|
Disphyllum Sunburn Information
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