Another genus which can be tricky to pin down, with 15 to 40 species likely. However they are well worth growing in a shady bed, woodland, or if in some sun, with a soil which retains more moisture. They are similar to Polygonatum & Disporopsis, but tend to have larger flowers. The flowers are also similar to Uvularia, but with Disporum they are often on branched stems and so can make a bulkier more dramatic plant. To add to the confusion they have been in families, Uvulariaceae, Convallariaceae, Asparagaceae, but are currently settled in Colchiaceae!