Chloranthus oldhamii

From the mountains of Taiwan, a hardy perennial with upright stems to 50cm bearing whorls of four to six handsome leaves per stem and terminal spikes of scented white flowers that droop down from an upright stem and essentially last for months over summer and autumn. Makes bold clumps. For a humus-rich soil in semi-shade.

Pot size: 2L
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