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Sanguinaria canadensis

Sanguinaria canadensis

Lovely blue gray leaves daintily lobed and scalloped with large flowers of transparent opalescent white, like the ghost of some huge anemone on 6 to 9" stems. Besides the famous fully double form, Bloodroot often has light pink or extra petaled forms, as well and plants with heavily dissected leaves.
$8.00

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Sanguinaria canadensis FL PL

Sanguinaria canadensis FL PL

One of the most beautiful spring wildflowers the double forms of bloodroot are legendary. The huge fully double flowers are much less ephemeral than the single forms. We have a couple of clones that differ primarily in bloom time, opening a week or so apart. This is the early clone. We have had clumps of this disappear from the garden with the holes neatly filled in and the leaf litter carefully sifted back. Clever woodchucks?
$24.00

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Smilacina racemosa

Smilacina racemosa

Husky woodland plants of considerable beauty, the arching stems of False Solomon's Seal carry fluffy white flowers in plume like terminal racemes followed by berries like vitrified drops of bright blood in autumn. Smilacina too has some Asian counterparts, which are great garden plants.
$12.00

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Spigelia marilandica

Spigelia marilandica

A unique looking and hardy Eastern American member of the Loganacaea, they prefer a moist humus rich soil and a bit of shade; flowers, which appear in mid to early summer, are narrow trumpets to 5cm scarlet outside and yellow inside with a constriction just before they flare out.
$15.00

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Stylophorum diphyllum

Stylophorum diphyllum

Large mounds of handsome deeply cut leaves; with 2" single yellow poppies on delicate stems produced in succession throughout the summer, unlike its Asian counterpart diphyllum is not weedy.
$12.00

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Tiarella cordifolia

Tiarella cordifolia

Also known as foam flowers, a running native to eastern North America. Tiarella likes a little shade and a moister habitat and makes a lovely ground cover.
$12.00

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Uvularia grandiflora

Uvularia grandiflora

The perfoliate leaves glabrous above pubescent beneath, the dangling 5 cm bright yellow flowers are very showy and the plants naturalize well, Bellwort is perfect mixed with Polygonatums and Disporums in a woodland setting.
$12.00

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Uvularia perfoliata

Uvularia perfoliata

Like a demure Uvularia grandiflora, it is easily recognized by its dwarfer stature, curious skewered foliage which is glabrous-glaucous both top and bottom, and pale yellow usually solitary nodding flowers that are only 3.5cm in length.
$8.00

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Uvularia sessilifolia

Uvularia sessilifolia

A smaller sessile leaved plant similar to U. Carolina with straw colored bells.
$8.00

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