Thursday, December 22, 2011
Rohea japonica, the Japanese Sacred Lily in China Valley by the steps in bed C-5
This is our "large berried" form. The fruit is, I would guess, half again the size of typical Rhodea fruit. This planting is showing off its fruit nicely this year because the volunteers divided them severely and rearranged them artistically. Before they were divided the foliage was so thick that the berried only peeked out here and there. At least this year though, they're all hanging out!
Posted by ChrisU at 3:05 PM