The common name is 'Bishop's Mitre' or 'Barrenwort'. It is a clump-forming perennial with heart-shaped, green leaves, copper-red and brown when young. It has charming pink and yellow flowers with red tinted spurs. It grows to about 30cm height and spreads about 1m across. It will thrive in partial shade and flowers March to April. Povided as sections of bare roots, meaning they do not come in a pot or container but are wrapped up in a bag for protection. You can get one, two or three with this order. To plant, simply dig a hole, place the root in it with the bud just showing above the surface, back-fill with soil, firm down and water.