Plant is one tall stem with two whorls of leaves, one in the middle and one at the top below the flowers. The flowers are yellow-green and hang down between the leaves. They develop into dark berries later in the summer. Up to 2' tall – blooms late spring to early summer.
Flower Type: Nodding flowers with 6 curled back petals growing singly or in clusters
Flower Color: Greenish-yellow
Leaf Arrangement: Whorled
Plant Type: Wildflower (Medium - 1-2 feet)
Leaf Type: Lance-shaped in two whorls - one whorl is at the middle of the plant with 5-9 leaves and one whorl is at the top of the plant with 3-5 smaller leaves.
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