Bill Baker’s Bakerorum

One of the great plants to help the winter garden look less drab are the evergreen Solomon’s seals, of the genus, Disporopsis. This Bill Baker discovery in China, was later determined to be a new species, and in 2015, was named Disporopsis bakerorum, to honor Bill. Our oldest clumps are 20″ tall x 5′ wide. Hardiness is Zone 6a-9b.

Disporopsis bakerorum ‘Bill Baker’

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