Paris thibetica produce lovely pointed leaves in a whorl, autum fruits are a bright red. Paris are not commonly available and not easy to grow from seeds, so the roots that we supply are ideal. Related to trilliums they also enjoy the shadier parts of the garden in soils that are humus rich and do not dry out. Once planted leave to establish for a number of years, Paris prefer the shadier parts of the garden.
Full growing instructions provided.
Aspect: Shady areas of the garden although they will withstand sun if the soil does not dry out.
Soil type: Free draining soils that are humus rich