Bishop's Hat Characteristics
Bishop's Hat are groundcover perennials with showy foliage. They soil should be evenly moist, but these perennials have good drought tolerance once established. Deer and rabbits are rarely found munching on the leaves. They spread via runners that reach out from the base of the plant and occasionally take root where they touch the ground. After the showy fall season, cut foliage to the ground to make way for new growth in spring.
There are few serious insect or disease issues that threaten Bishop's Hat. Aphids and mosaic virus are possible.