Wildflowers for Spring Blossom.


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Smooth blossoming stalk develops as the leaves kick the bucket back and is topped by a bundle of ... Beguiling, softly spotted white blossoms are trailed by dark berries on ...
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Wildflowers for Spring Bloom Keep your request structure convenient to round out as you view photographs. Number at base right-hand side of page shows plant number.

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Wild Leeks Allium tricoccum Smooth blossoming stalk develops as the leaves kick the bucket back and is topped by a chunk of velvety white blooms. Palatable foliage and globules have mellow onion taste. Local Americans treated stings with juice from the pounded knobs. Developing Requirements & Size: Moist to normal soil, shade to part sun, 6-10" tall. 1

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Willow-leaf Bluestar Amsonia tabernaemontana var. salicifolia A most loved nectar hotspot for some early butterflies, particularly Mourning Cloaks. Dainty blue star-formed blossoms show up in spring. Foliage turns a dazzling shade of gold in pre-winter. Developing Requirements & Size: Average to dry soil, sun to part shade, 2-3\' tall and wide. 2

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Speckled Wood Lily Clintonia umbellulata Charming, gently spotted white blossoms are trailed by dark berries on leafless 6" to 16" stems. Blooms from mid spring into late spring. The alluring foliage is to a great degree expansive, lavish and gleaming. Developing Requirements & Size: Damp, peaty, sandy soil, full shade, 24 - 36" tall. 3

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Rock-Cress Draba arabisans Tuck this humble bluff occupant into rock pockets or let hills of dim green rosettes wander as a groundcover. Erect stems bear billows of little white blooms in late spring. Developing Requirements & Size: Average to dry soil, sun to part shade, 3-6" tall. 4

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Swamp Pink Helonias bullata Fragrant 12 - 18" tall wands blossom in gaudy pink bunches in early spring. Evergreen basal rosettes require uniformly wet, immersed soil; not dry season tolerant. Governmentally jeopardized wetland species. Developing Requirements & Size: Average to dry soil, sun to part shade, 3-6" tall. 5

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Meehan\'s Mint Meehania cordata Delicate, trailing stems keep running over the ground and root along the way. In late spring many blue blooms open to uncover spotted throats. Magnificent groundcover. Developing Requirements & Size: Moist natural soil, shade, 2 - 5" tall. 6

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Virginia Bluebells "Alba" Mertensia Virginiana The white type of one of our most normal spring ephemerals. Likewise with the blue ones, these gradually spread to frame a groundcover, yet leaves vanish by midsummer. Developing Requirements & Size: Moist to normal soil, part shade, 8-16" tall. 7

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Wild Pink Silene caroliniana var. pensylvanica A genuine local of Westchester County. By mid-May, this low spreading plant is secured with medium-sized blooms in shades of pink. Self-sows promptly when cheerful. Developing Requirements & Size: Average soil, sun to part shade, 4 - 6" tall. 8

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Woodland Poppy Stylophorum diphyllum \'Little Poppy\' Sports splendid yellow blossoms in April. Should be developed in dappled daylight. Adjusts best to rich loamy soil and clammy conditions. Spreading gradually, the rhizomes structure alluring settlements. Developing Requirements & Size: Moist to normal soil, shade, 6 - 10" tall. 9

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Whippoorwill Trillium cuneatum This southeastern local is one of the most punctual trilliums to blossom. Sublime maroon blooms lay on flawless dark and green marbled takes off. Developing Requirements & Size: Moist soil, light shade, 6-12" tall. 10

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Spreading Globeflower Trollius laxus Showy buttercups on profoundly lobed leaves 3-5" wide are local to our region. This uncommon plant frames expansive clusters after some time; could be confused for a yellow geranium. Developing Requirements & Size: Moist soil, part shade, 12" - 18" tall. 11

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