Asarum europaeum known as European wild ginger is native to moist, open woodland areas in central to southern Europe. It is a creeping ground cover which typically grows to 4" tall but slowly spreads to 15" wide or more. Thrives in shady areas. It is primarily grown for its glossy, leathery, heart-shaped to kidney-shaped, dark green leaves, which remain evergreen in mild winters.
Light Requirements: Shade to Part Sun
Mature Height: 4"