Formerly Smilacina racemosa. (False Solomon's Seal). To 90 cms. Veined, arching, mid-green leaves and plumes of feathery creamy white flowers from spring to mid summer, followed by red berries. Part shade. Suits a woodland garden. Winter dormant.
Choice woodland plants to 55 cms. Divided, ferny foliage. Slender, elegant spikes bear nodding, opalescent flowers that are likely to be white with ametheyst/violet. Humus-rich, semi-shaded, moist but well drained soil. Winter dormant.
Rare, beautiful plant. Height To 1.2 metres. Upright clump forming and somewhat bushy. Masses of slender 5-petalled star-like white flowers held in loose corymbs on wiry, branching, distinctively red stems in late spring to early summer. Moist, humus rich soil - quite drought tolerant once established. Lovely as a background plant for part shade. Foliage is an attractive red colour in autumn. A lovey rare, specimen plant. Winter dormant.
(Bishop's hat). To 30 cms. Lots of pretty pink flowers and attractive foliage which may take on autumn tonings later in the season. Great slow growing ground cover and perfect for under trees in partial or dense shade. Suits dry soil, shallow or rocky soil and drought conditions.
To 90 cms. Loose spikes of bright-yellow starry flowers in summer. Ground cover for sun or partial shade. Attractive to butterflies and nice for cutting. Winter dormant.