Another species that luckily is cultivated because it is listed as endangered in its wild habitat. The reason may be loss of habitat because it is not a difficult to grow plant.
It forms a clump of felty, heart-shaped leaves, and the yellow flowers appear in late spring and may continue blooming throughout the summer.
It needs its space to develop nicely, in a part-shades location; most often it will seed around if happy.
I would grow it if only for its specific epithet which honors plant collector Augustine Henryi, to whom we owe many of our Chinese garden plants!
Germination: easy with moist kept seeds, just like Asarum spp. – warm/cold cycles.