Hypericum androsaemum – Tutsan (western to south-western Europe)
Habit: Small shrub, squat, 0.6-1 m tall, up to 1 m wide, slow-growing; sowing in favourable areas.
Flowers: Small, in clusters, yellow June to August, plentiful.
Fruits: Decorative, berry-like capsules, initially red, later shiny black, persistent, unpalatable.
Leaves: Deciduous to semi-evergreen, elliptical, conspicuously large, up to 10 cm long, pungent aroma.
Demands: Sun to semi-shade, likes warmth, usually frost hardy.
Soil: Fresh to moist; any garden soil.
Hardiness: Zone 6b