Theropogon pallidus SOLD OUT
A very rare species in cultivation in the Convallariaceae family that is native to the rocky and open slopes of Tibet, Yunnan and the Himalayas (northern and eastern India, Nepal, Bhutan, Sikkim, Assam, Myanmar). Forms dense clumps from tuberous roots, with arching grass-like leaves and white or pink, rounded, bell-shaped flowers in mid to late summer. Height 25 cm. Sun to part shade in moisture retentive but well-draining soil.