Drymonia macrophylla

Photo and text by Bob Stewart

The leaves get good-sized, and the plant will grow to a few feet tall as a barely self-supporting shrub. This clone has silver veins forming a fish-skeleton pattern on the leaves (see another photo on the site). The flowers are white, with a fringed lip. It blooms readily and sets seed spontaneously. The fruit is dull red.

 

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