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Jeffersonia diphylla (new)

The Twinleaf from the Eastern USA inhabits the woodland floor and bears, in spring, pure white rounded flowers that rather resemble the Bloodroot, Sanguinaria. The foliage is splendid and distinctly bilobed, being divided almost in half, hence the common name. For leafy soil in semi-shade, not too dry

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Jeffersonia dubia (new)

Asian Twinleaf. A dwarf woodlander from the Far East with lavender-blue rounded flowers in spring, just before splendid, distinctly bi-lobed leaves emerge with a subtle red tint. For leafy soil in semi-shade, not too dry

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