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Disporopsis

Related to both Polgonatum and Disporum, Disporopsis like a humus rich soil, not too dry and partial shade - a perfect candidate for the woodland garden. Slowly clump forming.
Disporopsis aspersa

Disporopsis aspersa

  • Pot size: 1 Litre
  • Plant ultimate height: 45cm (18in)
  • Growing condition: Partial - full shade
  • Flowering season: June to July

Tallish growing evergreen form, with white flowers in late Spring, sometimes followed by dark purplish fruits in Autumn.

Price: £7.45


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Disporopsis arisanensis

Disporopsis arisanensis

  • Pot size: 1 Litre
  • Plant ultimate height: 30cm (12in)
  • Growing condition: Partial - full shade
  • Flowering season: June to July

Evergreen form to about 12" tall, with bell like white/cream flowers which may be followed by fruit in the Autumn.

Price: £7.95


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Disporopsis fuscopicta

Disporopsis fuscopicta

  • Pot size: 1 Litre
  • Plant ultimate height: 30cm (12in)
  • Growing condition: Partial - full shade
  • Flowering season: June to July

A low growing form with white flowers and comparatively large leaflets.

Price: £7.95


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Disporopsis pernyi 'Bill Bakerís Form'

Disporopsis pernyi 'Bill Baker’s Form'

  • Pot size: 1 Litre
  • Plant ultimate height: 45cm (18in)
  • Growing condition: Partial - full shade
  • Flowering season: June to July

Attractive white flowers in Spring. This is with the dark eye. The late Bill Baker bought it in a Chinese bird market. Evergreen.

Price: £7.80


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