Mitella furusei var. subramosa BSWJ11097
50 seeds per packet.
A rare, evergreen, clump-forming species in the Saxifrage family collected by Bleddyn and Sue Wynn-Jones on the Island of Honshu Japan. Attractive, hairy, green leaves with sliver patterning and spikes of intricate, miniature, red flowers. Height 45 cm. Flowering April to May. Moist, well-drained soil in part to full shade. Small seeds - do not cover with any soil.
Sow from March to June. Surface sow small seeds thinly, press in gently and keep top of pot moist. Keep pot warm at 15 to 20°C until germination, then move to somewhere cooler.
Carefully prick out seedlings when they have developed true leaves and are large enough to transplant to individual pots to grow on.