before us grew far more often. Outdoors in our climate do not hibernate. In the cold greenhouse, of course, yes. In southern Moravia, however, would have to hibernate.
It is quite undemanding soil, watering and temperature. Direct sunlight can burn the leaves. Rather prefers partial shade. Winter fall off and is therefore suitable for very cold corridors and vestibules. It blooms almost imperceptibly. Under good conditions, creates and red (toxic) fruits. The shoots are lavishly used in floral design called Israeli Ruscus and can withstand the weight from our perspective almost "forever" :-).
We supply mostly single plants in 1liters pots.