A rhizomatous perennial herb found naturalised in woodland and scrub, and on roadsides and river banks. Lowland.
This species has been cultivated in Britain since 1634, but is not now commonly grown. It was first recorded from the wild in 1849. It is now better recorded than in the 1962 Atlas.
A European Temperate species, reaching its eastern limit in Macedonia.
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