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Swallow Cottage
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Swallow Cottage
Disporopsis pernyi
4.95
Common Name: Evergreen Solomon's Seal
Flowering Period: May-July
UK Native? No - China
Pot Size: 1.5 litre

Flowers: May-July.  Plant in part or full shade.  HxS 45x45cm

An evergreen Solomon's Seal look-a-like with glossy dark green foliage from the rocky mountains of Southern China. The stems emerge from a slowly spreading rhizome. Each stem has beautiful black spotting and in late spring, each leaf axil is home to a small white waxy bell-like flower which is lightly scented. Not invasive and superb in the woodland garden.

This plant was added to our catalogue on Tuesday 24 May, 2005.
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Customer Comments!

Im writing to say thank you for the three packages with pond plants which you have sent over the last few weeks, all beautifully packed. And for the note with the third box pointing out that there were dragonfly larvae on the hornwort, so the black bag should be emptied completely over the pond: very thoughtful of you! I had also noticed some dragonfly larvae on the hornwort which was in the first box, so I was already primed! Congratulations on a well-organised and environmentally-aware business. JT, Bucks, Oct 2006