Woodland plants that resemblefalse Solomon’s seal (Maianthemumracemosum) in foliage.Interesting, heavily spotted,inch-long flowers appear at leafjoints and in terminal clustersin late summer and autumn.They are complex in structure,somewhat orchidlike: each blossomhas three petals and threesepals, with a column of decorativestamens and styles risingfrom the center. Need soilenriched with plenty of organicmatter. Excellent companion toferns and hostas; lovely withGunnera.
Low-growing, clumping plants. Woody rootstock produces foot-wide rosette of finely cut leaves covered ...
Nativeto plains from Canada to Texas.Golden yellow flowers on stemsto 1 ft. high.
Native to Asia Minor. Late winter or early spring bloomer closely related to squill (Scilla) ...