Disporum can be clumpers or runners, forming patches of arching stems with bell-like flowers that attract butterflies. Disporum flowers are followed by single black berries. These related groups of Solomon's seal occur both in the US and Asia. This year we are pleased to offer several of the best that Asia has to offer. Despite many of these being from warmer Asian climates, we have been amazed at their winter hardiness...some to Zone 5!

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Disporum is a genus of plants known as Solomon's seal, which also includes other genera like Disporopsis, Uvularia, and Polygonatum. Disporum is native to both the US and Asia. Despite many of the Asian disporum being from warmer climates, we have been amazed at their winter hardiness...some to Zone 5! Disporum are great, easy-to-grow woodland plants that combine well with both ferns and hostas.

Disporum can be clumpers or runners, forming patches of arching stems with bell-like flowers that attract butterflies. Disporum flowers are followed by single black berries. There are several variegated disporum cultivars that can brighten a dull shady spot. When you are ready to buy a disporum for your woodland shade garden, check out our online offering of disporum for sale.