This close relative of Lily of the Valley enjoys the same growing conditions. The rhizome produces long stems (2-3ft), which bend gracefully at the top, with the leaves all on one side, and the white waxy flowers dangling in little clusters below. It gained its curious name from the belief that the leaf scars on the rhizome resembled Hebrew characters.

Despatched – March & Mid August to the End of October

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£9.50

So called for its vanilla scented flowers borne singly or in pairs. This species is lower growing (maximum 12) inhabiting woods and rocky places. It is scattered over mainland Europe, England and Wales.

Despatched – March & Mid August to the End of October

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£4.50