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 part-shade to shade and moist 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: there are contradictory opinions if/when the seeds will germinate if kept dry; last year I kept a few seeds moist (warm/cold/warm) and they started to germinate in late spring. Those familiar with Asarum seeds will notice the resemblance (they also need moist storage), so I’ll go with the proven results and offer the seeds moist.