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A rarely offered species with slender, creeping rhizomes that is native to the mountain forests of Japan and Korea. In late spring, four leaves (sometimes more) are produced in opposite pairs topped by an unusual, whorled flower followed by a blue-black berry in late summer. Height 20 to 50 cm. Once planted, the rhizomes should be left to establish as they hate any form of disturbance. Light to full shade in a moist but well-drained, humus rich soil.