Masses of white star-shaped flowers on wiry stems, floating like butterflies with the slightest breeze. Flowers emerge from small tubular reddish-colored sepals which remain long after the petals have fallen. Definitely a plant I would not be without. In full shade it won't reach the height that ours has in a relatively sunny spot -- 42" tall. Definitely a plant to watch in the early spring as the bare reddish stems rise tall before the bright spring green leaves emerge. The "flighty" white flowers are really nice, too.
26 fl oz/.0768L pot