This is one of the very finest of the
dissectums. Its color, when in prime leaf, is unsurpassed.
1965 ‘Crimson Queen’ has become the standard by which all red lace leaf
are judged and probably the most common dissectum grown in America.
Crimson Queen will tolerate full sun, even in hot climates but it is
much happier if
it can be provided with a few hours shade during the day or indirect
pine tree shade. Under perfect conditions Crimson Queen can hold its
color as well or better than most cultivars. The growth habit is
pendulous and will form a beautiful low mound only gaining height as it
and begins to mound over itself. Crimson Queen left on it's own is
and graceful but with a little training can become a specimen anyone