A mass planting of Chrysosplenium macrophyllum in the woodland garden is looking its best with a profusion of flowers. Botanically, a terminal cymose inflorescence, a selection of Chrysoplenium maesphyllumstamens, tinged pink rise from the top of the fused calyx. With, at a distant glance, Bergenia like foliage closer inspection reveals leaves covered in hairs. The low growing foliage arises from stoloniferous stems that make this an exceptional ground covering plant for the edge of woodland.
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