Paris quadrifolia (Honey Flower)

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Paris quadrifolia (Honey Flower)

Family:  Melanthiaceae
Zone: 5 - 9
Natural Range: Europe; Britain, Iceland south and east to Spain, Macedonia, Siberia and Caucasus
Soil:  Moist, humus rich
Light:  Part sun
Attributes:  Deciduous, 1' tall.  Clumping.  Branching, slender rhizome.  Four leaves with unusual green tepals.  Blue fruit in fall.  
Notes:  The Genus Paris are Asiatic/European cousins of Trilliums, called the honey - flower family.  Only five species of Trillium are found in Asia while more than 20 species of Paris are found there.  Paris have a combination of whorled foliage and whorled sepals that create textural interest, making them look unusual in contrast to their more familiar cousins.  Paris look especially unique when planted in combination with Cardiocrinum, Podophyllum and Arisaema
Companion plants:  Epimedium, Rodgersia, ferns, Podophyllum, Disporum, Trillium, Paris, Smilacina, Actaea
Paris quadrifolia (Honey Flower)

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