Pot Size: 9cm
Description: A grossly misunderstood species that we introduced into cultivation from our 1992 collection from the mountains of Taiwan. Basically it is not sun tolerant, preferring to creep along moist ground in shaded forests, where it can root at the nodes on its creeping stems. With a central small rosette sending out slender long creeping stems along the ground with pairs of 3cm deeply lobed and mottled leaves, which bear white flowers on slender arching stems throughout the growing season. Best grown in full to light shade, preferably starting from under a shrub, which it can retreat to over winter. Best in a moisture retentive humus rich soil that never dries out.
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Crûg Farm Plants, Griffith's Crossing, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 1TU.
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