Soil preference: Clay, loam, sand. Acid, Neutral. Moist but well-drained.
Flowering/fruiting month: April- July
0.1-0.5 metres height
0.1-0.5 metres spread
Description: 'Kimono' is a compact perennial forming a clump of maple-like, palmately lobed silvery green leaves, the main veins flushed with dark bronze-purple; small pink flowers are borne on stems to 50cm in height in spring and early summer.
Care: Grow in light, fertile, moist but well-drained, neutral to slightly acid soil; sun or partial shade is best but shade is tolerated. Propagate by division in spring or autumn or separate plantlets from rooted stolons in autumn. Remove faded flower spikes.