Speirantha convallarioides is an uncommon perennial with starry, white, fragrant blooms in rounded clusters that appear among the leaves. These mid-spring blooms clusters are held on the ends of narrow stems and are followed by dark berries. Also known as False Lily-of-the-Valley, its evergreen leaves resemble the foliage of familiar lily-of-the-valley, and, like it, the leaves arise directly from its slowly spreading rhizomes. Speirantha convallarioides is a nice addition to woodland plantings.
Speirantha convallarioides prefers partial to full shade and moist to average, well-drained soil.
Speirantha convallarioides is the only species in its genus and hails from Asia.