No garden can do without these stunning woodland plants with their beautiful leaves and sprays of tiny spurred flowers at this time of the year. Most are fairly hardy and make lovely clumps under any deciduous tree or shrub. I keep collecting different species and forms and this one I originally imported from England and it is still a favourite with its burgundy new foliage and pure white flowers. Plant one and like me you will be hooked too! I have some 20 species and hybrids available at the moment in 6″ pots at $18.50 each. By the way I haven’t posted for a few weeks as I have been on a 5 week adventure trip to Chile! Well someone had to do it!
About The Author
Horticulturalist, nurseryman, collector, prolific writer and award-winning radio broadcaster and TV host. Owner of Dicksonia Rare Plants nursery and open garden Tugurium. ABC patron of Royal Hortocultural Society Victoria & friends of Geelong Botanic gardens President Plant Trust.