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Streptopus Amplexifolius. A Minnesota wild flower which has eluded even the most keen of researchers for many years, but finally there has been clear identification and it has been set apart from stretopus lanceolatus. The clasped leaved twisted stalk is a much larger plant and more heavily branched. It also lacks the fringe or hairs on the leaf edge and stems. Pale green to yellow flared bell shaped flowers dangle from most leaf axils in summer followed by bright egg shaped red berries. The arching habit of each branch gives it a romantic look. A beautiful soft edition to any shaded area of your garden. Herbaceous perennial. 40 to 80cm high.

Streptopus Amplexifolius

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