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Woodland Wildflowers

Woodland Wildflowers

Plant rare and natural beauty in shaded or woodland settings

Woodland wildflowers are ideal for shady, wooded areas where they will often spread and multiply if allowed. Most are long-lasting spring bloomers, and many offer interesting foliage that holds steady throughout the growing season. Often hard to find, woodland wildflowers can be colorful, showy, and unique additions to the landscape. Use them to add unexpected charm, or to create a full and lush carpet of green underneath a canopy of trees.

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  1. Creeping Mint or Meehan's Mint, Meehania cordata, photo courtesy of Mt. Cuba Center

    Creeping Mint creates a mat of attractive, low-growing foliage that will spread gently to cover soil and prevent weed growth. In mid to late spring, this native perennial boldly anno...

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    Creeping Mint Creeping Mint or Meehan's Mint Meehania cordata
    As low as $13.32
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    Creeping Mint creates a mat of attractive, low-growing foliage that will spread gently to cover soil and prevent weed growth. In mid to late spring, this native perennial boldly announces its presence with masses of lavender-blue flowers held above the foliage, drawing pollinators and creating a carpet of color in woodland gardens and along shady paths. (Meehania)
  2. Shooting Star, Dodecatheon meadia

    Shooting Star is a hardy wildflower native to North America with striking blooms that appear in late spring. Delicate, dart-like blossoms with peeled-back petals dangle from tall ste...

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    Shooting Star Shooting Star Dodecatheon meadia
    $13.32
    Per Bag of 3
    Shooting Star is a hardy wildflower native to North America with striking blooms that appear in late spring. Delicate, dart-like blossoms with peeled-back petals dangle from tall stems and vary in shades of white (most common) and pink (less common). Two colorful bands of deep purple and golden yellow circle the base of each flower. A simply exceptional addtion to shady spots. PPAF (Dodecatheon meadia)
  3. Columbine McKana's Giant Mix, Aquilegia, Columbine

    The McKana Giant Columbine Mix is loaded with nodding, bi-colored flowers that bloom over delicate, fern-like foliage. Expect vibrant color combinations and visits from pollinators i...

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    McKana Giant Columbine Mix McKana Giant Columbine Mix Aquilegia hybrida Mckana Giant Mix
    $7.32
    Per Bag of 3
    The 'McKana Giant' Columbine Mix is loaded with nodding, bi-colored flowers that bloom over delicate, fern-like foliage. Expect vibrant color combinations and visits from pollinators in late spring to early summer from these easy to grow plants. Foliage remains lush and healthy throughout the season, after flowers fade. Deer and rabbit resistant. (Aquilegia)
  4. Red Columbine Little Lanterns, Aquilegia canadensis, Wild Red Columbine or Eastern Red Columbine

    Little Lanterns Columbine is a famous native wildflower, growing along woodland edges from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. Brilliantly colorful with nodding, trumpet-shaped crimson and...

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    Little Lanterns Columbine Wild Red Columbine, Eastern Red Columbine Aquilegia canadensis Little Lanterns
    $12.65
    Per Bag of 3
    Little Lanterns' Columbine is a famous native wildflower, growing along woodland edges from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico. Brilliantly colorful with nodding, trumpet-shaped crimson and yellow flowers, this short and showy variety is a favorite of hummingbirds. 'Little Lanterns' shares its blooms from early spring to mid summer. (Aquilegia canadensis)
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