What you need to know at a glance;
Broms have seen renewed interest in the last 10 years, becoming a breed of plant that gardeners collect and use readily as features and fillers in their garden and shade house projects. There are now so many gorgeous species of brom available in all sorts of colours and sizes. This is a great example of a larger full sun variety Brom, the Silver Plum is renowned for its rich Matt green leaf accented by a brilliant purple red on the leaf underside.
– Full sun to part shade
– Suitable for Ground/garden and patio/courtyard pots
– A huge Brom growing to 1.5 mtrs tall and 1.5 mtrs wide
– Low maintenance, simply keep water in its central water pool, which makes it quite tolerant and easy to care for in drier conditions
– The plum coloured underside makes an excellent pop of colour in your garden or plant project
– It is versatile and looks great in tropical gardens, feature pots, and dryer rockery style gardens
– Although this plant grows quite large for a Brom, it is a slow grower so be patient
The colour contrast of this Brom’s leaf top and leaf underside is magnificent. It gives colour and texture to your plant project all by itself, making it an excellent feature plant for pots and gardens. I do love to see this gorgeous beauty in a minimalist rockery style garden.