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Jeffersonia diphylla

Jeffersonia diphylla

A choice plant with l" wide pure white flowers, named for Thomas Jefferson Twinleaf is one of the finest native American plants and has a distinctive quality all its own, I wish the arabidopsis folks would double the petals which should make the flowers longer lasting. The only other species in the genus, Jeffersonia dubia, is found in Japan.
$12.00

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Lilium superbum

Lilium superbum

Large 6-8' pagoda of downward facing orange Lilies, with reflexed and spotted petals, up to 40 to a stem; it is similar to Lilium martagon. Please do not confuse this wonderful plant with those ugly orange wild daylilies.
$15.00

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Mertensia virginica

Mertensia virginica

Virginia blue Bells are prized for their display of lovely sky blue flowers in the spring, very beautiful when massed in a shady spot; an easy plant (unlike the western alpine species) that belongs in every garden.
$12.00

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Mitchella repens

Mitchella repens

An elegant ground cover with flat sprays of dark glossy evergreen leaves with pairs of sweet white flowers like a long-tubed Jasmine followed by scarlet berries, Partridge Berry is a very aristocratic plant that is never weedy. Mitchella ranks as one of the best ground covers for shade, just the thing to plant under your pear tree.
$8.00

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Panax quinquifolia

Panax quinquifolia

American Ginseng, much in demand for use in herbal medicine, and well worth growing for the very show bright red berries in the late summer and fall. Becoming rare in the wild due to unscrupulous collecting, and very rarely available in nurseries because it is slow to propagate, so if you want it, snap it up, as this will be one of your few chances.
$19.00

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Podophyllum peltatum

Podophyllum peltatum

Large umbrella-like leaves have a lush opulent beauty, almost hiding the large waxy white flowers, and fruits that make a tasty jelly, get them before the chipmunks! People are starting to cross our native May Apple with some of the Asian Dysosma species with spectacular results.
$12.00

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Polygonatum biflorum

Polygonatum biflorum

Graceful arching sprays & small hanging clusters of creamy white bells in the leaf axils followed by greenish berries. Polygonatum is a much more diverse genus in Asia and we offer many of the Asian counterparts in the main perennial section, they mix well in the garden.
$12.00

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