|Parentage:||Polygonatum multiflorum x P. odoratum|
|Posted by JRsbugs (Near Lincoln UK) on Dec 13, 2011 9:25 AM
I have had this in the ground in a built up bed beneath a huge Horse Chestnut tree for several years, I added a lot of gritty 'river soil' and leaf compost but also leave fallen leaves. It increases slowly, and seems to be happy in dry shade. The time of flowering in late May to June is not so long after the tree is in full leaf, over winter months the tree loses the leaves so the plant gets winter wet and more light which seems to suit it.
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