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These are generally dwarf in habit, most growing much wider than high. All are prolific in flower, producing masses of delicate, funnel shaped flowers during April and May, against a foil of evergreen foliage. They are charming subjects for a shaded small garden or woodland planting.
Being woodland plants, they require moist but well drained soil that is rich in organic matter as well as the dappled shade and shelter of other trees and shrubs.
Flowers in June
Prefers full sun/partial shade