Evergreen Chinese woodlander, with red flowers amongst numerous small leaves up to 35cm high. Plant in light shade, away from summer drought and winter waterlogging, but water in well in its first year.
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H 30-45cm, clump to 45cm in 3 years
A recently discovered species from Darrell Probst, who introduced it in 2010. Unusual in that the large glossy elongated leaves appear singly, rather in their normal triplet form. Flower spikes above the foliage with pale lemon flowers. Very rarely available, and difficult to cultivate for sale, given its preference to run free (but not invasively). [...]