Diminutive woodland plants (just 6–9 in. high and 6 in. wide) with evergreen or nearly evergreen leaves and charming blooms. Flowers resemble small anemones, with narrow, petal-like sepals arranged around a central mass of yellow stamens. Bloom comes in early spring, each flower rising on its own stalk above the clump of last year’s leaves. A new crop of leaves follows bloom. Choice plants for woodland gardens and shaded rock gardens.Hepatica nobilis
Native to Europe. Bears flowers that are usually bluish purple, though sometimes are white or pink.
Native to damp places in the Rocky Mountains and the Blue Mountains of Oregon. Grows to 3 ft. high and...
Flower heads to 2 in. wide, borne singly on 1–1 1/2-ft. stems above a foot-wide foliage clump. U...
Native to eastern North America. Round headed, grows to 25–30 ft. tall and wide, sometimes large...