Polygonatum punctatum BSWJ2395
10 seeds per packet. A small, rare, epiphytic species collected by Bleddyn and Sue Wynn-Jones from Sikkim, India. Produces thick, glossy, evergreen leaves, purple speckled stems and speckled pale lavender flower bells, which are borne in clusters at each leaf axil in late spring to summer, followed by red berries in autumn to winter. Height 50 cm. Part to full shade in a humus rich, moist, well drained soil. Best grown in a pot or raised bed and given a winter mulch for protection. Cold germinator.