This charming woodlander from Asia has glossy rich green foliage on arching stems rather like a small Solomons Seal below which it produces drooping white and green bells in spring which are then followed by blue-black berries. a cool moist aspect is the go in much the same way as you would treat a Hosta. grows to about 30cms. tall
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