Flowers: April-May. Plant in part or full shade. HxS 45x30cm
A green, starry flowered woodlander, native to Kashmir and Afghanistan. The flower is attractive and complex, made up of broad green sepals and golden threadlike petals. The lime-green stamens radiate from the prominent maroon tinged green boss in the middle. This develops into unusual fruits which split to show a spectacular mass of fleshy red seeds. Best grown in a moist, peaty soil. Choice and rare. Organically grown in peat free compost. Hardiness zone H7. Pot size 1 litre or bare root tuber.
Care & Maintenance.
Can be propagated from seed. Often goes dormant in early autumn. Plant 8cm/3in deep. *CAUTION toxic if eatenSKU: PARPOL
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