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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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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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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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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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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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