Gunnera manicata (Giant Rhubarb)
Genus : Gunnera
Eventual Height :
Eventual Spread :
full sun, partial shade, south, east, west
Soil Drainage :
Boggy damp conditions
Soil PH :
acid, alkaline, neutral
RHS Award of Garden Merit
A spectacular, architectural plant, native to cloud forests in South and Central America. This is one of the world's largest herbaceous plants forming huge clumps of sharply toothed, deep green leaves. Produces tiny greenish red flowers, followed by spherical red-green fruit.
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