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Gillenia trifoliata

Gillenia trifoliata

This unassuming plant features 1" white flowers freely produced on 3' bushy plants. One author has proposed Bowman's Root as a much better alternative to Gaura lindheimeri.
$12.00

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Goodyera pubescens

Goodyera pubescens

One of the most unusual and beautiful of our native orchids. The flowers aren't much to write home about small, white, but the evergreen foliage is absolutely gorgeous, dark green overlaid with a network of bright white veins.Rattlesnake Plantain is a good terrarium plant and relatively easy in the garden, although it has nothing to do with rattlesnakes or plantain. Easier to grow than many orchids, best in shaded woodland conditions.
$8.00

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Hepatica acutiloba

Hepatica acutiloba

This Hepatica forms much stronger clumps than H. americana. The leaves have sharp three pointed lobes and the white, pale blue, or pink flowers are more numerous than those of americana. This prefers a more neutral to alkaline soil than H. americana, and here in Michigan it is a much rarer plant.
$8.00

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Hydrastis canadense

Hydrastis canadense

Goldenseal is probably more popular for its reputation as a medicinal than for its ornamental value. Still the umbrella like leaves and crimson berries are not without garden merit.
$12.00

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