Podophyllum aurantiocaule subsp. aurantiocaule SOLD OUT
A rare plant in cultivation that is native to the woodlands of southeast Tibet. Clusters of pure white, hanging flowers are produced under umbrella-like leaves in summer. The plant produces attractive, red fruits towards autumn (these should not be eaten as they are toxic). Height to 45 cm. Cool, moist, humus rich soil in part shade.