Pink Lady Slipper - Bare Root Plant
Cypripedium North America
H : 30-45 cm (12-18 in) Z : 3-6
pH : 5-6 Blooming: May to June
Ships Late April, Early May 2020 As: 1 Perennial Bareroot Plant #1 Grade - Near or at Blooming Maturity
Pink Lady Slipper is a very attractive & popular plant because of the strange & beautiful pink flower. It is also rare. The plant is actually an orchid with the alternate name of moccasin flower. The plant has two wide basal leaves that stay horizontal and a single stalk growing to about a foot high bearing the pink flower. It takes years for these plants to develop leaves to supply its own energy. The plant requires low pH, nutrient poor soil These are mature plants are at blooming stage. You will receive your lady slipper bare roots, ready to plant. These will go dormant this season to bloom within 1-2 growing seasons.
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