A showy woodland wildflower that I have never seen cultivated, although when it flowers looks very pretty with its white, star-shaped flowers above the whorled leaves. About 15-20 cm tall; it is rhizomatous and will form groups, but not very large.
Interesting; for a cool, moist place in the rockery or woodland garden; garden companions would include Cornus canadensis, Polygala paucifolia, Linnaea borealis…
Germination: sown in the fall (cold/moist stratification for 3 months). A batch of older seeds have germinated 100% after GA3 treatment + winter sowing outdoors.