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What is this To help gardeners understand which plants will grow well for them, the entire USA has been segmented into ‘Plant Hardiness Zones’.

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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    This Wild Larkspur’s gorgeous, deep-purple blooms are uniquely-shaped and will make a stunning statement in the garden. It's a shorter variety, making it perfect for border edges or small-space gardens. (Delphinium tricorne) Learn More →
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    White Trillium opens exquisite white blooms up to 5” across in mid-spring. Flowers fade to a pretty pale pink. This woodland wildflower requires patience but is well worth the wait. Seeds produced by the plants and underground roots and will spread slowly into drifts of trillium that look like a white blanket covering the ground. (Trillium grandiflorum) Learn More →
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    Trout Lily is the herald of spring in eastern woodlands, but this native wildflower also makes a gorgeous addition to any shade garden in zones 3-8. The plant’s name comes from its speckled green leaves (that resemble trout), and its nodding yellow flowers that look like miniature lilies. Plants can take up to four years to flower after planting, but the foliage is attractive enough that it’s worth the wait. (Erythronium)

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    Bloodroot’s unique, cigar-shaped leaves eventually unfurl, opening up into large, water lily-like foliage. Bloodroot bears pristine white flowers with golden-yellow center, illuminating the garden floor. A true evolving beauty and a must-have for any shade garden. (Sanguinaria canadensis) Learn More →
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    Giant ironweed blooms in the later summer and early fall, adding grace to the very tip-top of the garden. If you do much driving in the country, you’ve seen the tall plants with bright purple aster-like flowers blooming along the roadsides. Plants provide an important late-season source of food for butterflies. Ironweed thrives in full sun and moist soils in zones 5-8. (Veronia)

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    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) Learn More →
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    Doll’s Eyes (Actaea) is the plant that looks back at you in the landscape! A fun, North American native of moist woodlands, Doll’s Eyes is known for its distinctive white fruits that are held in clusters on top of thick red stems. When not fruiting, the soft blue-green foliage, reminiscent of astilbe, is a lovely addition to cool, shady gardens. (Actaea pachypoda)

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    Bring a tropical look to your garden with native, deer-resistant Green Dragon! This tall cousin of Jack-in-the-Pulpit sports an unusual leaf and even more unusual flower spathe with a long, fascinating spadix. In summer, a club-like formation of bright red seeds forms along the spathe, bringing a bright spark of color to moist woodland gardens. (Arisaema dracontium)

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    Sweet Betsy Trillium, aka Toadshade, is a perennial native wildflower that blooms during the spring. A small deep burgundy flower blooms from the center of the three main leaves. Leaf patterns vary, but include shades of forest green, light green, and silver that together resemble the coloring of a toad’s skin—hence the common name. A beautiful addition to woodland or shade gardens in zones 5-8. (Trillium cuneatum)

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    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) Learn More →
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    One of the most beautiful Trilliums, white with red center markings. Native to northern woods, demands acid soil. (Trillium undulatum) Learn More →

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