We present another hedge shrub. Dasiphora fruticosa is a short shrub with dense, rounded foliage.
It usually grows up to 1 m of height. The leaves are small, pinnate, divided into 3 to 7 elliptic leaflets.
It blooms between May and October with yellow flowers. It grows slowly and is long-lived. It is popular because of its long blooming season and easiness to cultivate.
It is perfect for rockery gardens, flowerbeds, parks, settlement forests and hedges. It reproduces by seedlings and seeds sown in the autumn.
Here is the example of using Dasiphora fruticosa in a home garden.
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