Bergenia Winterglow

This variety is a clump forming, incredibly hardy evergreen perennial that displays dark pink flowers over large deep green spoon-shaped leaves. Leaves turn dark burgundy in winter, dark green with burgundy flushes in summer.

Botanical NameBergenia cordifolia
Common NameWinterglow
Key FeaturesSpikes of dark pink flowers appear from late winter to early summer on stout green and red stems.
SizeFoliage growing to 50cm high and 30cm wide.
PositionPrefers well drained soil in part to full shade areas of the garden. This variety is ideal for containers and pots, producing a stunning display.
Cultural NotesProtect from early spring frosts and mulch well to maintain a moist soil.
Landscape IdeasA spectacular plant for containers, borders, rockeries, garden beds, lining garden beds or pathways.
Water RequirementsLow – medium
  • Flowers look tremendous over a long period.
  • Ideal in shady areas.
  • Extremely hardy perennial.