"I have been growing this gem in my rock garden for quite a few years now. My favorite part is in the fall when all the seeds come on. They do look like large blackberries! Beautiful!"
- Brn2pnt in ND
Woodland wildflowers are ideal for home or property owners lucky enough to have a shaded, wooded area that approximates a native North American forest. Most of our precious woodland wildflowers bloom in spring, so if you plant favorites like trilliums in spring, your objective is to get them established and not expect full blooms for a year. Many of these plants are somewhat hard to find, and we're delighted to bring many of them to you.
This spectacular groundcover is tough, drought-tolerant and will thrive in shady areas. Silver Gem’s elegant, light purple blooms are long-lasting and make a sweet statement in the late spring to fall. (Viola walteri) More Details
This Wild Larkspur’s gorgeous, deep purple blooms are uniquely-shaped and will make a stunning statement in the garden. It is a shorter variety, making it perfect for a border or small-space garden. (Delphinium tricorne) More Details
Foam Flower’s white, feathery plumes create a mystical look in the spring garden. This interesting plant is deer resistant and will thrive in full sun to partial shade. (Tiarella cordifolia) More Details
Blue Cardinal Flower is a tough, hardy perennial with large leaves and gorgeous, light blue blooms. It is easy to grow and will thrive in either sun or shade. It is perfect for planting in the back of a perennial garden to offset smaller flowers. (Lobelia siphilitica) More Details
This gorgeous woodland flower boasts unique, vivid purple flowers that are famous for having just three petals each. Wild Spiderwort was one of the treasures of the New World taken home by an early British Plant Explorer. (Tradescantia subaspera) More Details
Trailing Arbutus is an exquisite woodland flower that boasts sweet-scented, pastel pink beauty blooms along running stems of shiny evergreen leaves, creating the ultimate groundcover for woodland gardens. (Epigaea repens) More Details
Bloodroot’s unique, cigar-shaped rolled up leaves eventually open up into large, water lily-like foliage that bear pristinely-white flowers, illuminating the garden floor. A true evolving beauty and a must-have for any shade garden. (Sanguinaria canadensis) More Details
Wild Ginger’s large heart-shaped leaves create a low, solid, dark green carpet on the forest floor. The flowers are curious, nodding under the leaves with three deep red triangular petals. Not the famous spice! (Asarum canadense) More Details
One of springs earliest woodland wildflowers, and always considered one of the most beautiful, Hepatica is quite common in eastern woodlands. The blooms vary dramatically in color, and range from lavender to white to (rarely) pink. (Hepatica acutiloba) More Details
This Woodland beauty boasts light green leaves with clusters of creamy white bells, followed by indigo blue berries in the fall. The arching stems create an evolving, elegant statement in the shade garden. (Polygonatum oderatum) More Details
Bring cheer to your summer garden with the Calendine Poppy. Blooms are sunny-yellow flowers with frilly centers, offset by beautiful blue-green foliage. Will thrive in full sun to partial shade. (Stylophorum diphyllum) More Details
Virginia Bluebell’s gorgeous flowers start out as lovely, pastel pink buds and open up into vivid, true blue blooms. This native plant increases in size each year with almost no care. (Mertensia virginica) More Details
Jack in the Pulpit boasts unusual, hooded green blooms with an upright spadix, known as the “Jack,” inside each bloom. The blooms evolve to produce brilliantly-red berries. A truly stunning, unique plant for the shade garden. (Ariseama triphyllum) More Details
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Shipping Information: We ship perennials for fall planting and for spring planting. If your order is for spring planted perennials, we will start shipping in late March, warmest regions first, and continue to ship throughout the spring and summer planting season. If your order is for fall planted perennials, we will start shipping in the middle of September, coldest regions first, and continue to ship throughout the fall planting season. See our shipping chart for a more detailed estimate on when your order will be shipped.