3 years to reach maturity
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Red Bistort Overview
Persicaria amplexicaulis is a semi-evergreen perennial with a robust, clumping growth habit. Foliage is oval, pointed and slightly puckered, coloured green and measuring around 25cm in length. Narrow inflorescences measuring around a metre tall, bear clusters of bell-shaped, red-purple or white flowers which are approximately 10cm long.
How to propagate Red Bistort
Sow in spring.
Divide in spring or autumn.
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