Skeleton Flower Diphylleia Grayi Perennial x 15 Seeds
Skeleton flowers are unique flowers which turn transluscent upon exposure to water and rain. Its white petals become completely clear then they transform back to their original milky white color once dry.
The petals themselves are thin and delicate and have a rounded umbrella shape.
The ¨Skeleton Flower¨ is found in only three locations in the world. The flower is known to grow in colder areas of China and Japan, and in the United States’ Appalachian Mountains. The Diphelleia grayi has large leaves with bright green and yellow centers, which make the shape of an umbrella. The Skeleton Flower is a deciduous perennial. The flowers are so thing and fragile, that the moisture causes this strange transluscent effect. In most cases, caring for skeleton flower plants is low maintenance.
How to Grow Skeleton Flowers
Skeleton plant grows from thick rhizomes and produces a 16-inch tall plant with a possible 3 foot spread over time. Skeleton flowers are sensitive to sunlight and should be grown where protection from midday sun is complete. The ideal skeleton flower growing conditions are in partial to complete shade humus rich soil and well drained, but moist, soil. The plant is an understory specimen that is nourished by the constant supply of organic material from upper story plants and consistent moisture.
Jul 27, 2018 by Windi Walker
Rien ne pousse après plus d'un mois/ Nothing grows after one month.