Podophyllum pleianthum flowering

Podophyllum pleianthum A1TW-004 flowers

Here’s another gem from Taiwan flowering in the garden today, Podophyllum pleianthum…one of the many great Chinese mayapples.  Moist to average soil moisture, and compost-rich soils grow the largest plants.  Unlike the US native mayapple, these don’t run or go summer dormant.

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