Looks very similar to Mukdenia acanthifolia.
A choice herbaceous woodland perennial reaching up to 15 cms high or thereabouts when in flower. It is a hardy perennial producing generally thickened stumpy rhizomes from which rise both leaves and flowers. Foliage is greyish-green but emerges in spring with a pinkish cast being rounded rather like a Bergenia but the edges are serrated. Flowers are held on rigid stout stems which bear panicles of numerous small creamy-white flowers. Good reddish autumn colour.
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