Bergenia 'Baby Doll'
Description: A dwarf form of Elephants Ears with neat clump-forming habit. An evergreen perennial with smooth, leathery rounded leaves which are of interest all year round. In April to May soft pink flowers are freely produced which darken with age.
Uses: A great ground-cover plant for smaller gardens and low maintenance areas.
Climate/Position: Tolerant of shade and sun
Height/Spread: 30 cm x 40 cm clump forming low ground cover plant.
Soil Requirements: Tolerates any soil, but leaf colour will be best on poor soil in full sun
Pruning: . No pruning but old dead leaves may be removed.
Special Requirements: Forming a matt of rhizomes across the ground which are infact underground stems. Plants form dense clumps which can be divided every 3-5 years to maintain vigour.
Additional Interest: Raised by zur Linden in Netherlands