Category Archives: Woodland Plants

Designing A Woodland Garden

When designing a woodland garden it is important to turn to nature for design clues for layout and plant selection. By following a few easy steps you will be designing a woodland garden of your own in no time at … Continue reading

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Rue anemone (Anemonella thalictroides)

Low growing plant 2 to 8 inches tall the flowers are white 1/2 to 3/4 inch wide in clusters of two to three. It grows in rich woods areas and blooms in April and May. Rue Anemone dies back in … Continue reading

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White Baneberry (Actaea pachypoda)

White Baneberry is one of the tallest natives for shade,found in many woodland gardens grows up to four feet tall. White flowers bloom in spring, followed by glossy white berries on red stalks in autumn. The berries are highly poisonous, … Continue reading

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Tradescantia_virginiana

Tradescantia virginiana Commonly called Virginia Spiderwort grows in part shade to full shade, tolerates full sun. It is hardy in all zones. Tradescantia virginiana’s blue to violet-blue, rarely rose or white, flowers appear from from late spring to mid-summer. Virginia … Continue reading

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Sanguinaria canadensis Blood Root

Sanguinaria canadensis Also known as Blood Root,Red Puccoob,Red Turmeric a low perennial plant. flowers are produced from March to May, with 8-12 delicate white petals and yellow reproductive parts that appear to be clasped by the leaf. Blood Root Sanguinaria … Continue reading

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