A Chinese species with running rhizomes that produce short upright stems bearing two leaves and a tiny furry round flower with creamy white reflexed corolla lobes.
I am having trouble sorting out the differences between this, Asarum leptophyllum and
Asarum himalaicum (which I don't grow). A few more flowering seasons might help.
This form came from Fir Tree Farm, and has hairy undersides to the leaves.