Pot Size: 2 litre (deep)
Description: Known in its native area along the Pacific North West of North America as Oregon gold threads or Cut-leaf gold threads. A slowly spreading evergreen perennial species from relatively low altitude moist forests and shaded valleys, yet possessing plenty of hardiness. With glossy fern-like evergreen dark green leaves that are basal, deeply 3-5 lobed serrated, triangular in outline and unequally thrice parted to 10cm long and wide. With one to several ascending stems from 5-12 cm long at flowering, elongating above the leaves when in fruit. Flowering very early in the spring with 2-4 nodding linear-lanceolated flowers. Best grown in light humus soil that is drained, but never dries out, in shade to light shade.
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