a perennial herb extending runners after flowers, grows in the wet
portions of forests along the valleys, whose rosettes have gone in
blooming time. The whole has vellus hairs on. Leaves are opposite,
each fan-shaped, less than 1cm in length, with 0.3-3cm petioles, the
tops having some semicircular serrations on the margins. Flowers
lack petals; calyx lobes,4 in number, are white, the tips pointed,
standing erect, turning green after flower, and anthers are dark
red. Bloom time: April-May.