An outstanding, cascading dissectum. Orangeola is noted for its bright orange-red new foliage in spring. it manages to keep an orange flush as the leaves turn rich red-green through summer. The colour is boosted by a second flush of orange leaves in midsummer. next is dark red before turning fiery orange in autumn.
The large leaves have 5-7 lobes which are deeply divided at the leaf base. The lobes are widely spreading.
Orangeola, although a vigorous grower, is one of the smaller dissectums. It will only reach a maximum of 3m in height. It is more upright and less spreading than other dissectums but still forms a beautiful cascade.
Prefers a sheltered but sunny spot. Will tolerate some shade. The best leaf colour is produced in a partially shaded spot. Prefers moist but well drained soil.
Its size makes it a good choice for a small garden or container growing.