Category Archives: Woodland Plants

Dicentra canadensis Squirrel Corn

Dicentra canadensis Also known as Squirrel Corn with beautiful white, sometimes tinted pink heart shaped flowers blooms in late April early May. Dicentra canadensis grows in rich woodlands in shade to deep shade. Squirrel Corn The roots have yellow tubers … Continue reading

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Tiarella Foamflowers

Tiarella Also known as Foamflowers or coolwort are small plants that make a welcome addition to the woodland garden. Foamflowers add color in terms of foliage and flowers to a shady site. Small white flowers. The white or pink flowers … Continue reading

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Primula polyantha Primrose Pacific Giants

 Primula polyantha Also known as  Pacific Giants Primrose These plants are at their best in shady, moist woodland gardens. Blooms in May, and sometimes again in late summer.  Large range of colors available – yellow, red, purple, white, flowers are … Continue reading

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Dodecatheon meadia Shooting Star

Dodecatheon meadia also known as Shooting Star this plant blooms early in spring April To May under dappled sunlight. The flowers can range from purplish to white but are most commonly purplish and very fragrant. As mores shade occurs when … Continue reading

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Trillium recurvatum The Prairie Trillium

Trillium recurvatum Also Known as Prairie Trillium, Red Trillium, Bloody Butcher, Brown Bess, Wake-Robin It grows in neutral to slightly alkaline soil in woodland shade in sandy soil. Producing a Maroon (Purple-Brown) flower in late spring to early summer. It … Continue reading

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