Interesting woodland perennial for shade that forms a clump of green, fleshy leaves from among which a flowering stem arises in May bearing a few yellow flowers. Towards mid summer, the bright blue fruits become very conspicuous.
To be grown as a rarity; it is slow to propagate and to reach flowering size from seeds, more like a Trillium.
Germination: sown in the fall or kept moist and sown in the spring. Seeds need to be kept moist; I have tried it with dry seeds myself and it is not working.