Flowers: April-May. Plant in part shade or woodland. HxS 75x75cm
Bellwort or Fairy Bells. The slender, forked tubers produce multiple stems, clothed with narrow leaves and a spike of yellowish bells. The inside of the bells is spotted with cherry red. The flowers then give way to rich purple fruits. Slowly clumping, this is a lovely plant for a peaty or woodland soil in light shade. Some moisture in the soil is preferred. Hardiness H7. Native to China and the Himalaya these tubers are organically grown in peat free compost. Pot size 1 litre or tuber supplied. Rare.
Care & Maintenance.
Mulch over the winter as the plant dies down. Collect fruits and extract seed or divide established plants in the spring as they emerge.SKU: DISCAN
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