AVERAGE SIZE (H) x (W): 0.2m x 0.1m
FLOWERING TIME:   J F M A M J J A S O N D
FRUITING TIME:   J F M A M J J A S O N D
Formerly known as Drimiopsis maculata, this deciduous bulb is an attractive groundcover. It is shade-loving, hardy and has beautifully spotted leaves which are the attraction of this plant. It produces tiny white flowers borne on a long stalk. The flowers are pollinated by a moth at night.
It is attractive when planted en masse in a shady position. It will tolerate a little direct sunlight in the morning.ECOLOGICAL BENEFITS:
Attracts pollinating insects.
NATURAL HABITAT & DISTRIBUTION:
Do not disturb the bulbs to allow the plant to spread by sprouting additional shoots.
Forest, rockery, woodland
It is an attractive garden and container subject for deep shade. It even thrives in those dark dry areas under trees. It is a useful plant to attract butterflies.
The flower stalk reaches 300 mm tall, bearing a tight cluster of small, scented white flowers which turn pale green on opening.
The spotted leaves are borne on slender stalks, often with wavy margins, glossy, mid to dark green, depending on the amount of light. Size: 75–120 mm long and ±45 mm wide
Propagate by lifting and splitting clumps.