Triosteum aurantiacum (Wild Coffee)

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Triosteum aurantiacum (Wild Coffee)

10.00

Full sun, part shade; rich, well-drained soil; a handsome, large herb with several stems of alternating, paired, ovate leaves and sessile purplish red flowers situated where the leaves join the stem; another common name, wild coffee, refers to the orange berries that contain 3 seeds that resemble coffee beans;seeds take four years to germinate; particularly attractive in spring; will grow in just about any situation where you can give it good, well-drained soil; plants 2’-4’ tall; blooms May-June; zones 3-8; WV. ecotype.

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