Height x Spread: 25cm x 30cm
A profusion of stems bearing white flowers in spring over largish leather-like deep green leaves.This older form of 'Elephant's Ears', much beloved of the Edwardians, maintains its popularity due to its free flowering nature and ease of maintenance.
Clump-forming it can act as a foil for other plants, making excellent ground cover whilst also brightening up a slightly shady area in the winter. A good all-rounder. This plant will appreciate any soil that is damp but free-draining and a sunny to partially shaded position