Very large, beautifully formed intense blue flowers. The superb, large hairy foliage is intermediate between H. yamatutai and H. transsilvanica. Our unnamed seedlings have proved to be perfectly hardy in the garden, flowering February to March. Height 10-15cm.

Hepatica yamatutai x H. transsilvanica requires a sheltered position in the garden. Plant on a cool, well-drained slope in a light ‘fluffy’ soil rich in leaf mould. It is essential that they are exposed to early spring sunshine, but they must receive plenty of shade immediately after flowering and especially during the heat of the summer. They will thrive under deciduous trees and shrubs or in crevices in the rock garden, performing best where there is good humidity. They respond well to a top-dressing of leaf-mould in autumn and an annual feed of fish, blood and bone in late winter. Remove old leaves just before flowering. 

Many enthusiasts prefer to grow their hepaticas in clay pots in the protected environment of an alpine house or poly-tunnel.

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