Saruma henryi is the closest relative of Asarum. During the winter it produces clusters
of resting buds that are almost identical, however the summer growth is quite unlike that genus.
Upright herbaceous stems produce attractive yellow flowers throughout late summer and autumn.
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In the spring, the first thing to burst out of the soil are the flowers, and it continues to produce them on elongating stems through most
of the summer.
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