This is actually a sweet cultivar from Japan, known there as ‘Hakuryu’ (which translates to White Dragon) and made known to US gardeners by garden writer, Pamela Harper. This lily relative looks very grasslike, with evergreen leaves edged in white and makes for an easy care groundcover in sun or shade. Tiny white to pale purple flowers on short stems appear in summer, followed by small cobalt fruits in autumn. Plants have proven hardy for us in zone 6A.
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5 pt. pots