Some of the most beautiful and long-lasting glossy evergreen foliage on arching stems, beloved of flower arrangers. Insignifiant white flowers, followed by small red-orange berries. Very slow-growing, but very tough. Survives even in dry dark shade once established. Grows faster in light shade with some moisture. May act herbaceous in cold winters 36" (5 seeds)
Slow to germinate. Root appears first, then, often a year later, stem emerges
5 seeds per packet (approx).
|Growing Condition:||Dry shade|
|Good For:||Seedheads & fruit|
|Good For:||Cut flower|
|Germination:||Sow immediately (best in autumn) overwinter outdoors, germinates in spring. Or mix with damp vermiculite, warm 3 weeks, cold 8 weeks, then sow mixture|