This woodland plant complements other shade plants beautifully, spreading moderately to form a groundcover. Sometimes referred to as an evergreen Solomon’s Seal, Disporopsis has 12-18″, arching, glossy evergreen foliage. White bell-shaped flowers bloom in the spring in the leaf axils. Very beautiful in Japanese-style gardens and other landscapes where a serene mood is desired.
Full-part shade, average soils. Height 12-18″. Zones (5) 6-9.