5 years to reach maturity
Eared Roscoea Overview
There are about 18 species of tuberous perennials which are grown for their orchid-like flowers, wide-lobed lower lips and 2 narrower petals. The leaves are lance-shaped and upright.
How to propagate Eared Roscoea
You can propagate by division in spring.
Seed in autumn or winter; expose seed to frost for best germination.
Other uses of Eared Roscoea
Grown for their orchid-like flowers. It is suited to open borders, rock gardens and woodland gardens.