Hypericum is also called Rose of Sharon or Aaron’s Beard. It will tolerate a wide range of soils and thrives in just about any environment from full sun to part shade. This is a roamer and grows by underground stolons. It will also grow quite well in shady areas, but will not bloom as much. This plant can get up to 24” and sports 3” yellow flowers in late spring/early summer. To encourage growth, cut down to the ground with either a weed eater or mower. This will push new underground runners and new growth will sprout out of the ground in a very short time-growing back at the same rate as the old growth and filling in empty spots quite nicely. Incredible plant for a large slope or culvert area. Drought tolerant when established.