Disporopsis pernyi (evergreen Solomon's seal)

Disporopsis pernyi - A rhizomatous, clump-forming perennial that is native to shaded mountain areas in forests, valleys or along streams. It typically grows to 15-18" tall and to 12" wide on strong, upright-arching, purple-spotted stems clad with shiny, leathery, lanceolate to elliptic, dark evergreen leaves (to 5" long). Pendulous, tubular, creamy-white, bell-shaped flowers (each to 3/4") bloom in late spring. Flowers primarily appear singly, but infrequently in clusters of 2-3, as they droop from the stem undersides at each leaf axil.  Family : Asparagaceae

Disporopsis pernyi (evergreen Solomon's seal) 1

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