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Bishop Weed

Bishop Weed

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Bishop Weed has hardy leaves that are rich green in color, with white markings. The white markings are on the border of the leaves, which are toothed. Some leaves on the plant are lobed into three sections, while others are complete. The leaves grow three to a stem. The flowers are white or blue in color.

Bishop Weed Appearance

The plant grows well over 1 ft tall, usually about 14 in. in height. The flowering portion of the plant consists of many, countless tiny flowers that make up a fluffy bunch. The flowers do not have a particular fragrance, but they are notable for their beautiful appearance. They begin blooming blue or white blossoms in late Spring.

Caring for Bishop Weed

This plant flourishes nicely in USDA Hardiness Zones 3 through 9. It requires soil that drains well. The soil can be of almost any pH and it can be rocky, sandy or rich in organic matter. The plant is very adaptable when it comes to the ground it is grown in. The foliage takes over, so you don't have to worry about weeding because the leaves will block out any tiny weeds from growing beneath.

Bishop Weed Landscaping Uses

You can grow the plant in receptacles or straight in the soil. You can plant this plant in an area of landscaping that doesn't get too much sun, because it is very adaptable. If for some reason you need to plan to in an area that gets a lot of direct sun, you can do this too. The value of the plant in landscaping is that it is versatile so it can fill in gaps where other plants would have more specific needs.

You may choose to plant Bishop Weed as the centerpiece of your garden, as the flowers are breathtaking. You may also use it as a border plant, planting many of them in a row next to one another so that they grow tall to create a privacy hedge. The uses for this plant in landscaping are versatile and you will find that it adapts well to nearly any garden.

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Jean McCoy
Bishop Weed

I wish they had been separated in little pieces better.
But they are already growing and putting out new leaves.

Scott Patrick
So far so good

We have made two purchases of Bishop Weed from Wholesale Nursery. When they arrivee they don't look good but after following their directions, planting and a few weeks of water and sun all look great. Thanks.

Heather Carter

From the trees to the flowers, there are a staggering number of options from which to choose. I will surely return in the near future and recommend this business to others!

Thanks for the 5-star review, Heather. You made our day! We look forward to making your day again real soon.