A great herbaceous perennial for bringing spring interest into a shady border or woodland part of the garden. It is slow growing from fleshy, rhizomes that produce bronzy, green lobed (like a maple leaf) foliage early spring. Above the leaves appears flower stalks with sprays of delicate, bell shaped creamy, white flowers. During the autumn months the foliage takes on crimson red tints. I love it already I I have only started growing it.
Mukdenia rossii 'Karasuba'