Chaenostoma cordatum 'Snowflake' - tender?
This caught my eye in a nearby garden today. Was Google Lens correct in its identification? It was quite lovely, with very white flowers and actually growing under a hedge! It didn't look as though it had been planted out recently so I'm wondering whether it might, though officially tender, be a plant that might be OK to leave outside in the South East, in a sheltered spot. Does anyone have any experience of doing this?
'If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need.'