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Description: A rare species only described to science in 2018. Easily mistaken for Lily of the Valley in the wild, as the slender rhizomes are similarly slender and long running. Bearing similar sized and shaped foliage, although evergreen in their natural environment at 1,850m in the very north of Vietnam overlooking the border with Yunnan. A relatively small species with scattered upright petioles to 25cm tall bearing elliptic leaves 10-20 x 3-4cm. The unusual elongated urn-shaped white flowers are carried horizontally on slender purple bracted stems close to the ground. This plant will be available in due course when we have built up enough stock.
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Crûg Farm Plants, Griffith's Crossing, Caernarfon, Gwynedd, LL55 1TU.
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