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How to Grow Amorpha

Position – Full sun or part shade

Soil – Well-drained

Flowering PeriodSummer

Hardiness –  Fully hardy

About Amorpha

Amorpha are deciduous shrubs with attractive, pinnate foliage and funnels of minute single-petalled purple or blue flowers that flourish during summer with a subtle scent of vanilla. They are best suited in flower bed and borders within a low maintenance garden. You should expect to see your Amorpha grow to an approximate height and spread of 4 metres (13’).

How to plant Amorpha

Amorpha are best planted in well-drained soil of loam or sand within an acidic, alkaline or neutral PH balance. Plants are wind-resistant and so can be positioned in an area of exposure. Amorpha resent root disturbance and so should be planted out into their final positions whilst they are young. Amorpha should be placed in an area of full sun or part shade, where they will thrive to optimum effect.

How to care for Amorpha

Amorpha will require a generous layer of mulch during the summer as this will prevent the loss of water during conditions of intense heat. Pruning may be undertaken in late winter or spring. This will depend on when the plants flower. Pruning is only necessary to control size and shape or to remove dead or diseased parts of the plant. They can be cut back as hard as required.

How to propagate Amorpha

It is possible to propagate Amorpha by seed during the Autumn of which should be scarified.

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