A species of high quality in the woodland understorey. This compact plant has thick waxy leaves that persist almost evergreen throughout the winter. The whitish/pink/pale blue flowers are among the very first wildflowers to bloom in early spring. Adds interest to the woodland garden early in the season along with Bloodroot and Dicentra species.
Height: 6-8 Inches
Bloom Colour: White, Pastels
Light: Full Shade
Soil: Moist, Loan/Organic & Average Soil
Habitat: Rich Deciduous Woods