Chlorophytum nepalense BSWJ2528
13th September 2008
I got it at the start of the year from Crug Farm Plants who collected it in dense forest in Sikkim in 1994.
I was worried that it might behave like C.major, which has been slow to recover from posting, but this one has been vigorous
and come up into flower (and produced plenty of seed). Upright branched spikes with hanging white flowers. If I raise seedlings next year, I might try
them in the woods (assuming anything survives this winter!)
1st August 2008
25th October 2009