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Very similar to atrorubens, can have more veining than most atrorubens.
A nice garden plant - hardy.
Green flowered with lush foliage a good grower. Hardy
I’ve no idea why this got its name as I’ve never found a bad smell! Indeed two forms “miss Jekyll scented” and “gold bullion” have a pleasant mahonia like smell in sun. Hardy but short lived - sets seed and very easy, so keep it going from seed. Plant several together for a good foliage effect. There are several different forms and some are very beautiful like Wester flisk, red-silver and golden showers. Great accent plants. Hardy.
A green/yelllow green flower.
Nice to have in a collection but not a show stopper.
One of my favourites. Green flowers with stunning very fine, heavily divided foliage - the finest forms can almost look like hair. Others can have leaflets a cm or so wide. Summer dormant in very dry weather.
Similar in appearance to H. Multifidus but less marked with colour. Hardy.