Mandragora caulescens BO-15-123
The plants we offer have been grown by us from seed collected by Bjørnar Olsen in Sichuan, China at 3700 metres. An extremely rare species in cultivation that is native to open slopes and scrub in the Himalayas and south-western China. Forms rosettes of obovate leaves and clusters of reddish black to yellow, nodding, flowers on pedicels above young leaves in late spring to summer, followed by pale green to yellow fruits in autumn. Moisture retentive, well-drained soil in sun to light shade. Height 30 cm.
Plants are young,very limited and shown in the photograph.