Tamus usually form large, perennial underground corms/rhizomes from which numerous, fast growing annual vines will emerge in spring. Most Tamus species have only small flowers, but are excellent foliage vines due to their heart-shaped, glossy leaves and showy, bright colored berries in autumn. Will grow in any rich, yet well drained soil in full sun to partial shade. Very easy and adoptable.
Sow from autumn to late spring in any rather sandy soil in a partially shaded place. Will germinate in early summer. Transplant dormant corms/rhizomes in either autumn or early spring.
Please note, that all parts are poisonous if swollen.
All are USDA Climate Zone 6.
Price is given per package (10 seeds) or per dormant flowering-sized rhizome (length in cm).
Note: All rhizomes are available for a delivery within Europe only ! Seeds are shipped worldwide.