This little seen species makes tight clumps by means of its slightly spreading rhizomes. In April and May produce stems which reach from 12 to 30cm tall. The arching stems carry an elliptic leaves and a cluster of 1cm white to very pale yellow petticoat flowers in summer, each bloom contrasted with blood red anthers (which open to ochre coloured pollen). An ideal plant for a moist, full to partial-shade location. Fully Hardy.
Height 30cm Spread 30cm
2 litre pot Will be available in late May 2020.
Chinese Fairy Bells. Previously known as Disporum cantoniense 'Green Giant'.
This large-growing fairy bell is the ultimate woodland plant, with an elegant arching form that holds fragrant creamy-white flowers in spring. Followed by glistening black fruit in the autumn. An ideal plant for a moist, full to partial-shade location.
Height 120 to 160cm Spread 90cm
2 litre pot
This variety has white rhizomes that produce stems to 30cm, carrying elliptic green ribbed leaves alternately to the top.It is from the top that the white to cream, hanging bells are suspended in an open cluster of up to eight flowers nodding in the slightest breeze. Red berries follow the flowers in the autumn. An ideal plant for a moist, full to partial-shade location.
Height 45cm Spread 30cm
2 litre pot