woodland plants and have very fine roots needing a humus
rich soil in full or partial shade and protected from
drying winds. I used a north facing frame, open to
the elements except in severe frost or snow, with
additional summer shading as required. The leaves can be
damaged by hailstones.
The potting compost
used throughout has been - leaf mould 1 part, peat 3 parts
and sharp sand 2 parts.
more about S.galacifolia, known
commonly as the Oconee bell, one of the rarest
wildflowers in the United States, and S. uniflora, from
Japan, follow the hyperlink Here)