Retail nursery specialising in Perennials and Alpines all grown peat-free.
A woodland plant that, by drying and roasting the rhizome, will make a tea. The shoots have been eaten boiled or fried, while the roots have been eaten raw or boiled. Herbal properties are claimed.
Creamy white flowers up to 100cm (40in) from May-Jun and growing 60cm (24in) wide. Happy in any soil, sun or shade.