Wow! Strong opinions from experts in the field. Excellent!
Yes... I did notice that blooming didn't create any unsightly craters amongst the clump. Definitely a plus.
Never need to be dug or divided says Kevin.
Is this true? I'd be totally down with that. I don't know how that will work out in my garden but I'm keen to find out.
I seem to recall some talk about rot resistance in the Heuffelii. I have seen no rot so far, nor in the Globiferums.
And thanks, Lynn, for using actual facts and experience as I am sadly lacking. Let's see what I do
have in the garden...
'Bros' which seems to perform well for everyone.
'Sundancer' dull at this time of year but still shows it cheeful habit of long, upright leaves.
'Beacon Hill' and 'Goldbug'
'Purple Haze' - looking good already although still just a baby