Pot Size: 1 litre (deep)
Description: Normally arising from slowly creeping stout branched rhizomes, this perennial forms small thickets of erect rather robust stems to 1.2m tall. As it did where we found this collection growing on the Singalila Ridge, which straddles the border between northern India and eastern Nepal, late autumn of 1994. Bearing several narrow lanceolate leaves in whorls of 3-4, with axillary pairs of white green flushed flowers on short stalks from each leaf of the whirl May-June, followed by red berries by August-October. Easily grown in good light best out of direct sunlight in a moist well drained fertile soil.
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