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Family: AsparagaceaeMain Season: SpringFlower Colour: WhiteLeaf Colour: GreenFoliage: EvergreenPosition: ShadeSoil Type: Good, moist, humus-richHeight: 30cm to 45cm (12" to 18")Peat Free? YesHardiness Guide: RHS H4 minimum -5C to -10CPot Size: 9cm
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Lush evergreen foliage on arching stems to 40cm. Off-white bell-like flowers hang from the stems and are followed by purple berries. Good soil in a sheltered shady spot.
A potentially less hardy Disporopsis this new species has been ok with us in pots for a few winters with only overhead protection so I expect it'll be fine planted in a sheltered corner most winters.
Collected in northern Luzon, Philippines.
An eager species with glossy, evergreen foliage and smallish white bells in late spring. Decent soil in shade. 40cm.
A form with more narrow leaves giving a slightly more refined and "lighter" look in the garden. Clumps of evergreen foliage with white and green bells in early summer. 30cm. Best in good soil in shade.
Disporopsis pernyi coll. China£6.00
Collected by Chris Brickell in the 1970s and sold by Washfield. Evergreen Solomon's Seal relative with white flowers marked with brown in late spring. 35cm. Good soil in shade, even quite dark.