Hillside Nursery

Growers of Lady-Slipper Orchids and select Woodland Wildflowers.

Wildflowers For Fall

We have found that these, by nature of their growth, do best if dug, shipped, and planted in the fall.

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A - Anemonellas

Aconitum krylovii

Aconitum krylovii

Krylova's Monkhood

This outstanding species monkshood is clearly one of the best we have trialed. Numerous spikes covered with creamy white flowers rise above large, deep-green leaves in mid-to-late summer. After flowering, the mounded foliage continues to look spectacular. Rare endemic from Altai Mountains of Russia.

We are offering 3-4 year old plants grown in 1/2 gallon pots.

Zones 3-7. Foliage 24 in.; flowers 4-5 ft. Sun to light shade, moist soil.

 

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Anemonellas

With clumps of soft scalloped foliage topped with flowers in a range of colors, these spring ephemerals offer a delicate grace and unmatched beauty to the shade, or partly shaded, garden.

Anemonella thalictroides 'Betty Blake'

Anemonella thalictroides 'Betty Blake'

This Anemonella has full, double light-green flowers that can last up to 4 weeks. They start blooming a little later than the other forms. This variety is also very easy to grow.

We are offering large blooming-sized bare root plants.

Zones 4-8. 10 in. Moist, well-drained soil. Shade to part shade.

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Anemonella thalictroides 'Cameo'

Anemonella thalictroides 'Cameo'

Full double light pink flowers that slowly fade to white. They can last from 4 to 8 weeks in April-June. This is one of the easiest to grow, it tends to multiply faster than most of the other double forms.

We are offering large blooming-sized bare root plants.

Zones 4-8. 12 in. Moist well-drained soil. Shade to part shade.

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Anemonella thalictroides 'Lloyds Big Bloomers'

Anemonella thalictroides 'Lloyd's Big Bloomers'

RUE ANEMONE

This exceptionally large and robust form is very long blooming (up to one month) creating a most satisfying floral display. The upward-facing white flowers display over delicate fern-like foliage. Will form nice clumps and self-sow in a friendly way when happy. Eastern U.S. native.

We are offering large blooming-sized bare root plants.

Zones 4-8. 12 in. Moist well-drained soil. Shade to part shade.

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Anemonella thalictroides 'Schoafs Double'

Anemonella thalictroides 'Schoaf's Double'

Full double deep pink flowers that can last from 4 to 6 weeks in April-May. This is one of the easiest of the double flower forms to grow.

We are offering large blooming-sized bare root plants.

Zones 4-8. 12 in. Moist well-drained soil. Shade to part shade.

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Anemonella thalictroides single pink

Anemonella thalictroides 'Single Pink'

PINK FLOWERED RUE ANEMONE

This is the rarer pink form of the native white Anemonella. It has upward-facing pink flowers whose petals are a bit wider and rounder than the white. These too display over delicate fern-like foliage for an extended period. Will form nice clumps and self-sow in a friendly way when happy. Eastern U.S. native.

We are offering large blooming-sized bare root plants.

Zones 4-8. 12 in. Moist well-drained soil. Shade to part shade.

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Anemonopsis - D

Anemonopsis macrphylla

Anemonopsis macrophylla

One of the Japanese aristocrats. This hard-to-find woodland plant forms clumps of cimicifuga-like foliage topped with nodding, waxy lilac flowers in late summer. Likes a cool moist position.

We are offering two-year-old blooming-sized plants.

Zones 4-7. 3 feet. Shade to part shade, moist rich soil.

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Arallia racemosa

Aralia racemosa

LIFE OF MAN, AMERICAN SPIKENARD

A shrubby herbaceous plant with dark green leaves on shiny brown stems, clusters of white and green flowers in midsummer, and rich dark purple fruit in the fall. This is not an in-your-face showy plant but one that carries the cool essence of our rich woodlands. Eastern US native.

We are offering blooming-sized plants grown in 1/2 gallon pots.

Zones 3-8. 3-4 ft. Part sun to shade, moist rich soil.

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Asarum canadense

Asarum canadense

CANADIAN GINGER

Bright green, heart-shaped leaves over unusual brown flowers at the base of the plant. One of our best native ground covers, it is carefree and surprisingly drought tolerant. Also an alternative food source for the Pipevine Swallowtail. Western Massachusetts genotype.

We are offering plants grown in 3.5" pots.

Zones 2-8. 6 in. Full to part shade, moist soil.

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Asarum europeum

Asarum europaeum

EUROPEAN GINGER

A popular and attractive slow-spreading glossy evergreen ground cover. It will form a nice carpet of shiny round leaves over time and is a nice back drop for other shade perennials. Blooms in spring. Easy to grow.

We are offering two sizes:

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Zones 3-9. 5 in. Shade to part shade.

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Caulophyllum thalictroides

Caulophyllum thalictroides

BLUE COHOSH

The unfurling reddish-purple leaves of this native are beautiful to behold in early spring. Once expanded, the foliage turns blue-green and provides handsome texture. In spring, the whitish, yellow-centered flowers appear above the foliage and give way in late summer to marble-sized berries that change from green to waxy blue-black. Native to eastern North America.

We are offering blooming-sized plants grown in quart pots.

Zones 3-8. 1-2 ft. Full to part shade, moist rich soil.

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Cimecifuga japonica 'Cheju Form'

Cimicifuga japonica 'Cheju Island Form'

CHEJU CIMICIFUGA

This superior form came from Darrell Probst. It offers compact foliage and prolific flowering. In early spring, the foliage often emerges with a purple hue before turning green. In late summer, a single mature plant can produce 12 to 15 graceful white spikes of flowers. Clearly the best of five subforms we have grown over the years, and the most resistant to leaf spots.

We are offering blooming-sized plants grown in 1/2 gallon pots.

Zones 4-7. Foliage 12-14 in., flower stems 4-5 ft. Shade to part shade, moist rich soil.

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Cimicifuga rubifolia

Cimicifuga rubifolia

Maple Leaf Cimicifuga

One of our favorite native Cimicifuga, it is a more compact plant with large maple-like leaves and spikes of white, sweet-smelling flowers in the fall. Eastern US Native.

We are offering blooming-sized plants grown in 1/2 gallon pots.

Zones 4-9. 2-3 Ft. Shade or part shade, moist neutral soil.

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Cornuscanadensis

Cornus canadensis

BUNCHBERRY

A slow spreading ground cover with white upright flowers above overlapping whorled leaves. Red berries in late summer. Requires a deep cool mulch. Can form a lush carpet. Our plants are from a seed strain that has proven to be the most vigorous and adaptable form we have grown over the years. Circumboreal.

We are offering well-established, seed-grown, 2-year-old plants in 3 1/2" deep pots.

Zones 3-5. 6-8 in. Shade to part shade, moist acid soil.

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Cornuscanadensis (in Situ)
Cornuscanadensis (summer Fruits)

 
Deinanthe bifida

Deinanthe bifida

TWO-LOBED FALSE HYDRANGEA

An herbaceous perennial related to the hydrangea. It forms a nice mound that is about 2 feet in diameter. White flowers form in terminal clusters over leaves with 2-pointed lobed leaves in June. Native to Japan.

We are offering blooming-sized plants grown in 1/2 gallon pots.

Zones 4-8. 2-3 ft. Full to part shade, moist, well-drained soil.

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Delphinium tricorne

Delphinium tricorne

DWARF LARKSPUR

A lovely spring ephemeral. It grows from a small corm and blooms with striking dark purple flowers in May. It is shorter and blooms earlier than other native delphinium as it has adapted to a woodland environment. Eastern US native.

We are offering blooming-sized bare root corms.

Zone 4 -8. 6-18". Average to moist soil, Part sun to light dappled shade. Blooms in mid-spring.

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Dicentra cucullaria

Dicentra cucullaria

DUTCHMAN'S BREECHES

We love coming across this plant in our woods. It has a real sense of whimsy since it really does look like mini pantaloons hanging from a line. It is native to North American rich woods and is one of the first plants to bloom in early spring. It is in the poppy family and can cause temporary sickness in animals who eat it (also called staggerweed). Therfore it probably won't be eaten twice by any deer wandering through.

We are offering 2 blooming-sized bare root corms per order.

Zone 3-7. 6-12". Average to moist soil, Part sun to light dappled shade. Blooms in early-spring.

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Diphylleia cymosa

Diphylleia cymosa

UMBRELLA LEAF

A bold, sharp-leaved herbaceous shrub grown for its foliage effect. Flattened, upright clusters of creamy white flowers in spring are followed by blue fruits with contrasting red pedicles in late summer. Eastern US native.

We are offering 3-year-old plants grown in 1/2 gallon pots.

Zone 4 -8. 30-46". Moist to wet soil, Part sun to shade. Blooms in early Summer.

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Disporopsis pernyi

Disporopsis pernyi

EVERGREEN SOLOMON'S SEAL

With attractive purple spotting on the arching stems and leathery evergreen foliage, this plant makes a terrific tall groundcover. The creamy white, tubular, bell-shaped flowers dangle from leaf axils in late spring. We have wintered this species in zone 5 for several years without a problem. Clump forming. Native to China.

We are offering blooming-sized plants grown in 1/2 gallon pots.

Zones 5-7. 15 in. Part shade to shade, moist humus soil.

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Disporums (Fairy Bells)

The Disporums are a small Genus of perennial woodlanders ranging from Asia to Japan. Their unusual foliage architecture and delicate flowers add valuable accents to any wildflower garden.

Disporum flavum

Disporum flavum

KOREAN FAIRY BELLS

A rarely seen but easy-to-grow plant, forming large clumps when happy. Large yellow bell flowers in spring, blue berries in late summer. This is a top-of-the-line plant for the shade or woodland garden.

We are offering mature blooming-sized plants grown in 1/2 gallon pots.

Zones 3-8. 30 in. Part shade. Moist, well-drained garden soil.

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1 disporum smilacinum Ki no tsukasa

Disporum smilacinum 'Ki-no-tsukasa'

VARIEGATED FAIRY BELLS

An uncommon cultivar from Japan. This form has a lovely variegation with dark green leaves trimmed and lightly striped with yellow. Delicate white star flowers bloom in late spring.

We are offering blooming-sized plants grown in quart pots.

Zones 4-8. 6-8 in. Part Shade. Garden Soil.

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Gillenia stipulata

Gillenia stipulata

AMERICAN IPECAC

Like its cousin Gillenia trifoliata, this plant sports large numers of one-inch star-shaped white flowers on wiry stems. The deeply cut, five-parted leaves give it a more lacey, delicate look. This form is also a little more upright than G. trifoliata and blooms a few weeks later (Early July here in zone 5). This form is also useful for dry, shady sites, but can also handle some sun. Native to eastern U.S. (Syn. Porteranthus)

We are offering blooming-sized plants grown in 1/2 gallon pots.

Zones 4-8. 2-3 ft. Sun to Part shade, garden soil. Can be dry.

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Gillenia trifoliata

Gillenia trifoliata

BOWMAN'S ROOT

Gillenia sports large numbers of one-inch star-shaped white flowers on wiry red branches. Flowers freely late May through June. This under-used plant not only adds shape and texture, but is also very useful for dry, shady sites, especially when planted in mass. Native to eastern U.S. (Syn. Porteranthus)

We are offering blooming-sized plants grown in 1/2 gallon pots.

Zones 4-8. 2-3 ft. Sun to Part shade, garden soil, can be dry.

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Glaucidium palmatum pink

Glaucidium palmatum

This rare Japanese woodland plant has large silky purple-pink or white flowers over full maple-like leaves. Mature plants often bloom for up to three weeks in spring. This is one of our favorite plants here at the nursery and we have been selectively breeding it for both vigor and multiple blooms. We offer a selected form that is strong growing, often carrying a trait that produces two or three blooms per stem. It can in time produce large two-foot round clumps covered with flowers.

We are offering 3-4-year-old near-blooming bare root plants.

Zones 3-8. 18-30 in. Shade to part shade, cool rich moist well-drained soil.

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Hylomecon japonicum

Hylomecon japonicum

JAPANESE WOODLAND POPPY

Rich yellow-orange flowers over pinnate foliage, blooming April through May. Can form large colonies but is not invasive. Native to the mountains of Japan, Korea, and northeastern China. Rarely offered.

We are offering blooming-sized plants grown in 1/2 gallon pots.

Zones 5-9. 8-10 in. Shade to part shade.

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Hepatica (Liverleaf or Liverworts)

Hepaticas are beautiful early spring bloomers that make a nice addition to any woodland garden. Some, like H. acutiloba, bloom before the new 3-lobed leaves emerge, others bloom as the leaves are coming up or after. They are clump-forming and range in color from white to pink to blue and purple. It is hard not to be drawn to them. We certainly are. This season we are delighted to offer several different varieties.

Hepatica nobilis

Hepatica nobilis

This is the European form of Hepatica with deep blue flowers that emerge early in the spring, followed by tri-lobed leaves. This year's crop is mostly blue, but there may be a few of the rare pink nobilis mixed in. Plants are typically shipped before they bloom so we can not accomodate preferences for blue or pink flowers.

We are offering blooming-sized plants grown in 3.5 pots.

Zones 4-8. 4-6 in. Light shade, moist but well-drained soil.

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Hepatica transylvanica

Hepatica transsylvanica

From the Slavic region of southeastern Europe, this early-flowering hepatica is a true harbinger of spring with its large blue flowers and sizable, almost leathery, five-lobed leaves. It is fast growing and offsets freely. This is one of the largest hepatica species, and makes an excellent addition to a collection.

We are offering blooming-sized plants grown in 3 1/2" deep pots.

Zones 4-8. 8 in. Full to part shade. Moist, well-drained soil. Appreciates lime.

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Jeffersonias

While this unusual and uncommon genus of woodlanders may contain but two forms, nevertheless they are of exceeding beauty and elegance - deserving of a special place in the shade garden.

Jeffersonia diphylla

Jeffersonia diphylla

TWINLEAF

White flowers in May followed by interesting pipe-shaped seed pods over large twin kidney-shaped dusty blue-green leaves. Forms exceptional clumps and is useful both as a specimen plant and planted in mass. Best in a moist site, but tolerant of both drought and root competition once established. Eastern U.S. native.

We are offering near-blooming to blooming-sized plants grown in quart pots.

Zones 3-8. 10-12 in. Full or dappled shade, moist humus soil.

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Jeffersonia dubia

Jeffersonia dubia

Native to China and Korea, this is the Asian counterpart to our Eastern U.S. Jeffersonia diphylla. Rich pale lilac upward facing flowers emerge in early spring, followed by lobed foliage through the rest of the season.

We are offering three-year-old near-blooming to blooming sized plants grown in quart pots.

Zones 4-8. 12-14 in. Part to full shade, moist well-drained soil.

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Jeffersonia Dubia (beautiful When Emerging)
Jeffersonia Dubia (budded Clump)
Jeffersonia Dubia (flowering Clump)
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Pachysandra procumbens

Pachysandra procumbens

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ALLEGHENY SPURGE

An eastern North American native species with large mounded silver-mottled leaves.  Very unique bottlebrush flowers emerge in early spring before the new leaves.  This is a great low maintenance plant that will form a nice ground cover in dappled shade.  The leaves tend to be deciduous in zones 5 and 6 and more evergreen in zones 7 to 9.  

We are offering 3-year-old plants grown in quart pots.

Zones 5-9. 6-12in. Full to part shade. Rich, acidic moist well-drained soil.

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Paoeonia japonica

Paeonia japonica

JAPANESE WOODLAND PEONY

This is a strong-growing plant with gray-green foliage and single white flowers and yellow stamens. Paoenia japonica blooms in May, followed in late summer by bright red seed heads with dark blue seeds.

We are offering 3-year-old bare-root plants. These will need a couple years to settle in before blooming.

Zones 4-8. 18-30 in. Part sun to light shade. Good rich soil.

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Paeonia obovata willmonttiae

Paeonia obovata var. 'Willmottiae'

ASIAN WOODLAND PEONY

A robust plantwith large single white flowers with yellow or dark maroon stamens. Blooms later in May than P. japonica and is followed in late summer by bright red seed heads with dark blue seeds.

We are offering 3-year-old bare-root plants. These will need a couple years to settle in before blooming.

Zones 4-8. 30-40 in. Part sun to light shade, good rich soil.

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Podophyllum hexandrum majus

Podophyllum hexandrum 'Majus'

HIMALAYAN MAYAPPLE

A clump-forming mayapple. Light pink upward-facing cup-shaped flowers bloom in early spring atop the emerging maroon-marbled leaves. In summer a brilliant red, egg-shaped seed pod forms under the umbrella like leaves

We are offering 2- to 3-year-old plants grown in quart pots. These may take a year or two to get to full blooming-size.

Zones 4-8. 20-30". Part shade, moist rich soil.

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Podophyllum peltatum

Podophyllum peltatum

MAYAPPLE

Every spring I love witnessing this plant emerge from the ground. Each stem produces foliage shaped like a small umbrella that slowly opens over the course of several days. In May, large white flowers appear under the expanded leaves. This plant spreads vigorously and is great for naturalizing in a woodland setting. Eastern U.S. native.

We are offering blooming-sized plants grown in 1/2 gallon pots.

Zones 3-8. 12-15 in. Full or part shade, moist rich soil.

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Polygonatums (Solomon's Seal)

The Polygonatums add stately structure and visual diversity to a garden through their arching, upright stems and typically dangling flowers. Show to advantage by planting them with other plants whose foliage and growth offer contrasts in both color and textures.

Polygonatum commutatum

Polygonatum commutatum

GIANT SOLOMON'S SEAL

The majestic arcs of P. commutatum grace the shade garden, and feature white bell-shaped flowers followed by attractive blue berries. Blooms in spring. A large natural tetraploid form. Eastern U.S. native.

We are offering large, blooming-sized plants grown in 1/2 gallon pots.

Zones 3-8. 4- 4 1/2 ft. at maturity. Full or part shade, good loam.

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Polygonatum lasianthum

Polygonatum lasianthum

One of the most graceful forms with pairs of white bellflowers along the leaf axis. The flowers stand out on long stems allowing a nice view of them through the narrow leaves. Native of Korea.

We are offering large, blooming-sized plants grown in 1/2 gallon pots.

Zones 5-8. 12-18in. Part sun to shade, garden soil.

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Polygonatum 'Byakko'

Polygonatum odoratum 'Byakko'

VARIEGATED EURASIAN SOLOMON'S SEAL

This rarely offered, exceptional plant is an unusual variegated form. The tip of the leaf is green, and midsection towards the stem is white. The name 'Byakko' means "white tiger", as plants often have a striped appearance. The color is better on larger plants, and best when grown in light shade with morning sun. So if the color isn't good the first year, give it some time to settle in.

We are offering blooming-sized plants grown in 1/2 gallon pots.

Zone: 4-9. 1-2'. Good Loam. Shade to Part Shade. Blooms in spring.

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Polygonatum odoratum Variegatum

Polygonatum odoratum 'Variegatum'

VARIEGATED EURASIAN SOLOMON'S SEAL

This plant has arching stems with paired leaves, white bell-shaped flowers followed by blue berries. Blooms in spring. The white and cream striping on this strong-growing form are what makes it so popular. Native of Europe.

We are offering mature, blooming-sized plants grown in 1/2 gallon pots.

Zones 3-8. 20 in. Full or part shade, good loam.

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Rubus parviflorus

Rubus parviflorus

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THIMBLEBERRY

Similar to Rubus odoratus but with fragrant, showy pure white flowers. The velvety soft multi-lobed leaves provide a nice pop of color in the fall. The berries ripen in late summer and are more edible than R. odoratus. The stems are not prickly and have a light brown shredded bark that gives them some winter interest. Grown from seed collected in Michigan's Upper Peninsula where the berries are used for jams and even pies. Great for the back edge of a shade garden or bordering the woods. It will spread by rhizomes and suckers.

We are offering blooming-sized plants grown in 1/2 gallon pots.

Zones 4-10. 3-7 ft. Full sun to part shade, rich moist to seasonally dry soil.

 

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Stylophorum diphylla

Stylophorum diphylla

WOOD POPPY

In late spring, 2-inch cup-shaped yellow flowers adorn mounds of deeply cut leaves. Great companion for Virginia Bluebells. A very popular and easy-to-grow plant. Eastern U.S.

We are offering blooming-sized plants grown in 1/2 gallon pots.

Zones 4-8. 24-30 in. Full to part shade, moist humus soil.

 

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Syneilesis aconitifolia

Syneilesis aconitifolia

SHREDDED UMBRELLA PLANT

Grown for its foliage more than the flowers. Umbrellas of finely dissected leaves that are covered with a silvery fuzz as they emerge in spring. Will form nice clumps over time but is not in an agressive way. Native to China and Korea.

We are offering 2-year-old plants grown in 1/2 gallon pots.

Zones 4-8. 18-24 in. Light shade, good garden soil that does not dry out completely.

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Syneilesis palmata

Syneilesis palmata

PALMATE SHREDDED UMBRELLA PLANT

If you already have Syneilesis aconitifolia in your garden and love it, then you will love this one too. The leaves are glossier than S. aconitifolia, a bit larger, a little bit less shredded and more of a medium green than a grey green. Also forms nice clumps over time.  

We are offering 2-year-old plants that are grown in 1/2 gallon pots.

Zone 4-8. 14-16 in. Shade to part shade, garden soil.

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Trautvwtteria carolinensis

Trautvetteria carolinensis

TASSEL RUE

A quietly attractive native ground cover plant for filling in a spot in the woodland garden. Round fuzzy white flowers blooming in summer over clumps of deeply divided maple-like leaves. Will spread to form a sizeable patch in moist shade. Native to parts of eastern U.S.

We are offering blooming-sized plants grown in 1/2 gallon pots.

Zones 5-9. 12-16 in. Shade to part shade, rich moist soil.

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Trillium grandiflorum floro plenum

Trillium grandiflorum 'Flore Plenum'

DOUBLE-FLOWERED WHITE TRILLIUM

This is the rarely offered, fully double-flowered form. Its exquisite blooms have multiple rows of white overlapping petals. It will offset freely, once established. These plants are produced soley by offsets and the small offsets can take years to get to sellable size.

Zones 3-8. 12-14 in. Part sun to light shade. Moist, rich, well-drained neutral soil. A yearly dusting of lime is beneficial.

We are offering Large plants that are expected to bloom this spring.

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Trillium Grandiflorum Floro Plenum (clump)
Trillium Grandiflorum Floro Plenum (en Masse At The Nursery)

 
Trillium simile

Trillium simile or flexipes

JEWELED OR NODDING TRILLIUM

We're not quite sure whether these are T. simile or T. flexipes. Over the years they've been identified by different people as one or the other. Over the years we've always had them mixed together, so it is possible that you will get one, the other or a hybrid of them both. But they are both so similar we feel it is OK to sell them together. T. simile, as its name suggests looks similar to both T. erectum var. album and T. flexipes. It has a large creamy white flower with a dark purple ovary. Trillium flexipes, on the other hand, has a white or pink ovary, but has the same cream colored flowers. The parent plants of these seedlings are 20 in. tall with a leaf span of 12 to14 in.

We are offering 6-year-old Large blooming-sized bare root plants. Please note these are grown from seed at the nursery and because of that, about 5% of the plants are turning out to be some sort of hybrid with very nice deep purple flowers or purple streaked with white instead of white. We try to separate them, but sometimes, a few sneak by us.

Zones 4-8. 7-20 in. Full/dappled shade; moist, humus-rich, soil.

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Trillium sulcatum

Trillium sulcatum

SOUTHERN RED TRILLIUM

One of the most beautiful and easy to grow trilliums. This very stately and upright plant has broad leaves and an erect springtime flower. Most will bloom red but a few might be white or pink due to genetic variety. Native to southeastern U.S. These plants were grown from seed at our nursery and therfore about 5% may be pink hybrids or the yellow form.

We are offering 4 or 5-year-old plants that should bloom, but may need an extra year to settle in.

Zones 3-8. 18-24 in. Part sun to light shade. Moist, rich, well-drained soil.

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Trillium Sulcatum Yellow

 
Trollius laxus

Trollius laxus

SPREADING GLOBEFLOWER

Though rare and protected in the wild, this native is easy to grow in the garden. In spring, it is a prolific bloomer and it may flower again later in the season. Cheery yellow flowers on thick stems sit atop a neat mound of glossy foliage. A very likeable plant! Eastern North America.

We are offering blooming-sized plants grown in 1/2 gallon pots.

Zones 4-8. 12-16 in. Part shade, moist-to-wet soil. Appreciates lime.

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Uvuluaria perfoliata

Uvuluaria perfoliata

BELLWORT

Similar to U. grandiflora but with a slightly smaller flower and a stem that perforates the leaf. Flowers in May. Plants naturalize well. Eastern North America.

We are offering blooming-size plants grown in quart pots.

Zones 4-9. 16-20 in. Full or dappled shade, garden soil.

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Uvuluaria sessilifolia variagata

Uvuluaria sessilifolia 'Variagata'

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Variegated Bellwort

This is a very rare find. We are happy to be able to offer it for sale again. A delicate woodland beauty that emerges early in spring with a sophisticated variegation and a creamy yellow bell flower. It will form a nice clump over time.

We are offering plants grown in quart pots (2 stems).

Zone 4-8. 8-12 in. Part sun to shade. Moist to moderately dry soil.

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