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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 on 45cm stems.
$8.00

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Valeriana arizonica

Valeriana arizonica

Low cushions of orbicular leaves and fairly dense corymbs of white to pink flowers on 20-30cm stems, this is one of the more widely grown western species.____ZONE 5
$8.00

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Valeriana saxatilis subsp. pancicii

Valeriana saxatilis subsp. pancicii

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$12.00

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Vancouveria hexandra

Vancouveria hexandra

A white flowered deciduous species from the Pacific Northwest, like the other species, it needs rich woodland conditions.____ZONE 5
$12.00

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Veronicastrum sibericum

Veronicastrum sibericum

The Russian counterpart of V. virginicum, it is essentially identical except for the flower color, which is bluish purple in sibericum see the excellent photo in V.1 of Rix Perennials.
$12.00

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Viola pedata

Viola pedata

One of the most desirable Violets, dissected leaves and flowers larger than any other native species. Needs sandy soil in sun to light shade, a very special Violet. It is believed to be the preferred food plant of the Great Spangled Fritillary, a beautiful species that has declined to the brink of extinction in Michigan.____ZONE 5
$8.00

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Viola pedata bicolor

Viola pedata bicolor

One of the most beautiful of American wildflowers, the solid color form pales before it, these are from the Ozarks and are sufficiently different morphologically in comparison to the Eastern solid colored forms to make you wonder if they are a separate species.____ZONE 5
$8.00

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