Large somewhat glossy green umbrella like leaves add hues of rose and bronze as the temps lower in the fall. The edges are widely scalloped enriching the architecture of the plant. Early in the spring naked flower stems rise up about 20-24" and rich pink flowers open, lasting for weeks in the coolness of early spring. Finally the tightly held foliage emerges and opens to their grandness of size and reaching a height just below the spent flower heads. For dry or wet, shade or sun. Here we have Darmera peltatum planted in a dry streambed (except when we get torrents of rain) in full sun.
129 fl oz/3.814 L pot