Polygonum orientale

Also known as:

  • Kiss-Me-Over-The-Garden-Gate

Plant Type

annual / biennial

Zones

1-11

Size

H:6'
W:5'

Growing Conditions

Soil Needs:

well-drained, rich

Water Needs:

regular

Sun Exposure:

sun, part sun

Features

Flowers:

pink

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First grown in the U.S. by Thomas Jefferson, “Kiss Me Over The Garden Gate” is an incredibly quick growing & easy-breezy, this 6’ x 5,’ old-timey cottage killclassic can’t be beat for fast thrills! Tumbling off the ends of many arching, multi-branching stems, its vibrant, brightest-pink, 3”-4” long, bead-like flower clusters bob around in the breeze to provide movement and Sum­mertime fun! Scented and long bloom ing, too. Handsome, large, heart-shaped leaves make it even more garden-worthy. Watch for next year’s volunteers when the weather warms up – you’ll have lots! Rich soil for best show.

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This heirloom variety, also called Ladyfingers, is found rarely in country gardens. In 1737, Collinson sent Bartram some seeds and its ample self-sowing has ensured its survival ever since. Tall stems display large smooth leaves and dangling blooms of deep rose swaying in the slightest breeze. "There is something oriental looking about it. It reminds me of the willow trees on Blue Willow china," says W. Yoakum.

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