Available Autumn 2017 - A notoriously difficult to propagate plant, Dipelta ventricosa was first introduced to the United Kingdom from Western China in 1904 and is still rare in cultivation. It is similar to Dipelta floribunda but has a darker, lilac-rose, pitcher-like flower with a dark golden-orange throat.
Dipelta ventricosa is a beautiful flowering shrub once established!
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