Dichocarpum dicarpon is
a perennial herb of 10-20cm in height in forests in mountainous
regions, having soft hairs on either surface of its leaves. Leaves
are of opposite phyllotaxis at the upper parts and slightly
dislocated at the middle parts, in the shape of an ovate, with
uneven and obtuse serrations on the margins. Flowers bloom facing
sideways; petaloid sepals, 8mm in diameter, are white, occasionally
tinged green, with purple stripes. Bloom time: April-June.