Sarcococca wallichii from Manipur

A strong growing species with comparatively large leaves up to 10cm long, reaching about 1.5m high with short racemes of sweetly scented white flowers (up to 12 flowers per raceme) borne in the leaf axils up the stems in autumn, winter or spring, depending on your climate. For a sheltered position in semi-shade where it will be drought tolerant once established.

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