St. Andrew’s cross (Hypericum hypericoides) is an upright perennial plant that grows in wooded areas in most states east of the Mississippi River. It is often found in swamps and wetlands. St. Andrew’s cross plant is named for the bright yellow, cross-shaped flowers that appear from early summer until autumn. This is a lovely choice for a semi-shady woodland garden
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St. Andrew's Cross is an upright perennial that grows in woodland areas. It is named for its small cross shaped yellow blossoms that appear from early summer to autumn. A good choice for a semi-shady garden area.
Perennial. 1 gallon pot. Grown by Wise Hands Nursery.