St. Paul, Minn. (Spring 2012) – First Editions®Hypericum are an easy way to add interesting color and texture to your fall garden. Spring blossoms give way to clusters of colored hips that are a perfect alternative to mums. A great garden plant, Hypericum are also stunning in flower arrangements.

This group of Hypericum is particularly rust- resistant and each variety looks spectacular grouped together in the garden or as part of a container combo.

First Editions Glory Hypericum is a true color breakthrough, with creamy, caramel-colored hips.

First Editions Green Hypericum features bright, green apple-colored hips.

First Editions Beauty Hypericum is covered with bright yellow blossoms in spring and large clusters of salmon-pink fruits in the fall.

Large clusters of red berries cover the branches of First Editions Red Star Hypericum.

Look for all four First Editions Hypericum in better garden centers this spring.

First Editions® Glory Hypericum

Hypericum ‘Kolmaglor’ PPAF

  • Full sun
  • Height: 30- to 36-inches
  • Spread: 3-feet
  • Zone: 5-9

First Editions® Green Hypericum

  • Hypericum ‘Kolmgreip’ PPAF
  • Full sun
  • Height: 30- to 36-inches
  • Spread: 3-feet
  • Zone: 5-9

First Editions® Beauty Hypericum

Hypericum inodorum 'Kolmbeau' PP13,532

  • Full sun
  • Height: 30- to 36-inches
  • Spread: 24- to 30-inches
  • Zone: 5-9

First Editions® Red Star Hypericum

Hypericum inodorum 'Mystical Red Star' PP21,313

  • Full sun
  • Height: 30- to 36-inches
  • Spread: 24- to 30-inches
  • Zone: 5-9