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 upperparts, attaching a bit alternate
at the middle positions, 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 on them.