Lecanthus aff. peduncularis SOLD OUT
A Lecanthus species with an affinity to peduncularis (originally came to us under the name Pilea species Nepal). A short, foliage species collected from Nepal that roots along the ground as it creeps. Produces toothed foliage and usual, tiny, greenish-white flowers in the autumn. A member of the Urticaceae family that does not sting. Height 20 cm. Moist, humus rich soil in part to full shade. Hardy to -12 C to -15 C.