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(Convallariaceae)

Polygonatum oppositifolium - BSWJ2537

Pot Size: 1 litre
Price: £10.00
Description:
A species that is becoming endangered in the wild due to increasing habitat loss. An epiphytic species which we found growing in the bow of a medium-sized tree, where it formed a clump of erect slightly arching stems flecked purple to 1m long, from creeping knobbly rhizomes. Bearing thick fleshy opposite evergreen leaves, yielding long white flowers, candy-striped purple, in the leaf axils followed by red berries. Our collection from Sikkim in the autumn of 1994. Best grown in shade in a well drained moisture retentive, in a shelter from severe frosts.

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Family Generic Species/Variety Collection Number
(Convallariaceae) Polygonatum oppositifolium BSWJ2537
Group Colour Blooms Size
Perennial Purple, White Spring medium
Soil Type Shade Foliage Origin
Humus rich Part shade, Shade Evergreen bold Sikkim
Scented Ornamental Berries / Fruit
No ORNAMENTAL berries
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