Peltaboykinia watanabei (Woodland Saxifragaceae)

Family:  Saxifragaceae
Zone:  5 - 9
Natural Range: Japan;  Shikoku, Kyushu
Soil:  Average to moist, humus rich
Light: Part shade, shade
Height:  18"
Bloom Time: June to July
Attracts:  NA
Pest Resistance:  NA
Attributes: Deciduous.  Clump forming herbaceous perennial with rounded, palmately lobed leaves to about 12" across.  Pale creamy yellow flowers on 18" tall spikes.
Notes: Usually only found in collectors and botanical gardens.  Peltoboykinia are related to Rodgersia and Darmera, and are used to create dramatic foliage effects.  Slightly smaller scale to its relatives.  Do not allow them to dry out in the hot summer

Pot Size: 4"