Codonopsis - The members of this small genus of the Bellflower order are remarkable rather for a quaint, distinctive beauty of their own, not half of which is disclosed externally.
Codonopsis Bulleyi - A trailing species found by Mr Forrest when plant-hunting in China.
Codonopsis Clematidea - A climbing or twining species of 2 or 3 feet high; flowers creamy-white spotted with purple and tinged with blue.
Codonopsis Meleagris - This remarkable Chinese species has for a year or two past been one of the more conspicuous hardy plant novelties in Messrs Bees exhibit at the Holland House Show.
Codonopsis Ovata - The flowers, two or more on a stem, are drooping, bell-shaped, pale greyish-blue in color, with purple reticulations and orange and white base internally.