Indian Rhubarb

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Indian Rhubarb (Darmera peltata) is native to mountain streamsides in woodlands of the western United States.


Planting Depth: Top of pot can be under the water line. 

Sunshine: Full sun to partial shade (Great for creating shade for shorter, more sensitive plants)

Blooming Window: Early Spring through Summer. Leaves turn color in Autumn.

Longevity: Perennial

Use: These tall plants work well as part of a back wall. Mix with some medium-height and lower plants to create a balanced visual effect. They are also good for framing around a waterfall. 

Size: They can grow to be 6-7 feet tall, and up to 3 feet wide, with flowers growing up first before leaves.


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