A bold native from SW Oregon and NW California for wet to moist soils: 24" wide leaves are round and lobed and upward-cupping to catch a pretty pool of rainwater. Each leaf is supported by its own thick maroon stem rising from significant rhizomes. Large, ornamental pink and white umbels bloom in April, and leaves blush beautifully in late summer. In fall into early winter, the leaves assume an intriguing burnt look — blackish edges on reddened leaves before going dormant. Do keep it moist in summer — it can be grown in full sun with sufficient water. Native to Oregon and California and deer-resistant.
Mature size: 4 x 4 ft T x W
Ships when dormant.