(May Apple). To 30 cms. Trillium like mottled leaves that are deeply lobed. White/pink flowers followed by a large red tomato-like fruit. Moist peaty soil and part to full shade. Part shade. Winter dormant.
RARE SPECIMEN PLANT. 45 cms. An exotic hybrid with huge, lobed umbrella shaped leaves which are splashed and spotted. Unusual maroon red flowers are followed by fleshy fruits (May apples). Woodland, rich moist soil. Full shade. 1.5 litre. Mainly winter dormant, may retain some leaves if given more protection.
Rare and unusual. To 30 cms. Moist well-drained soil and part/full shade. Yellowish-green flower in summer Resembles a dwarf Arisaema with large, extending green spathes and an elongated spadix that emerges from the spathe and extends 20 cms up into the air. Woodland garden, rock garden. Winter dormant.
COLLECT LATE SEPT TO SUMMER. Large 5 to 6 year old bulbs in large round pots. Whorls of shiny green leaves. Up to 4 semi pendant flowers in dark purply/black shades. Similar interior colour but lacquered. Slight shade, humus rich soil. Keep moist even after flowering. Autumn/Winter dormant.
To 80 cms. Ferny appearance with small, white flufffy flowers in spring. In summer there follows bright red, shiny berries (not to be eaten), held on slender green leaves. Woodland or shaded garden. Cool and moist soil. Winter dormant