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Description: SEE HETEROPOLYGONATUM for price etc. A recently described species from China that is most likely an epiphyte, that we found plants of in our friend Finlay's nursery near Dublin. An evergreen species of a fairly small stature, only to around 40 cm tall for us to date, with congested stems of small alternate glossy thick textured ovate-elliptic pointed leaves. With elongated urn-shaped white green tipped flowers carried in short racemes in all the leaf axils including the terminal. Easily grown in a humus rich soil provided with really good drainage, in shade to light shade. Was considered to be this genus because of the terminal flowers, but soon to be relegated to Polygonatum as this is not a deciding factor.
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Crûg Farm Plants, Griffith's Crossing, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 1TU.
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