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Beautifully marked evergreen leaves, tiny pinky-red flowers in spring. Small plants in 7cm pots
Bishop's cap, Mitrewort
Mitella genus (Bishop's cap). This genus consists of about 20 species of rhizomatous perennials, they are clump-forming, The flowers are tiny green, white or pink and are carried in spikes on upright wiry stems, they will bloom in the spring. They are fully hardy and will require shade and humus-rich moist soil. Propagation is by division in the spring or by seeds in the autumn.
They will prefer moist, well-drained, humus-rich soil with sun or partial-shade. They will not tolerate prolonged dry conditions, You can propagate from seeds or by dividing established clumps in late winter to early spring.