The never-ending quest for the perfect orange flowered Potentilla continues and this selection, developed by the University of Manitoba is reputed to be one of the best. 'Mango Tango' sports a dense, rounded form with branches covered with very small, deep green, five fingered foliage that comes alive in mid-June with 1" diameter, orange-red centered flowers that fade to yellow-orange on their edges, giving it a striking two-toned look as it blooms into late July. 'Mango Tango', like all Potentilla are extremely hardy and will tolerate sandy soil well. It needs a minimum of half a day of full sun to perform at its best.
- One of the best orange flowered Potentillas
- Dense, rounded form
- Small, deep green, five-fingered foliage
- Orange-red flowers bloom mid-June into late July
- Extremely hardy
- Tolerant of sandy soil