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Virginia Bluebell Virginia Bluebell
Virginia Bluebell $5.99
Virginia Bluebell A Beautiful Springtime Wildflower  Virginia Bluebell (Mertensia virginica) is a beautiful wildflower from the borage family (Boraginaceae). It is native to North America and grows in various habitats, including woodlands, floodplains, and moist meadows. The plant is known for its attractive blue-violet, bell-shaped flowers that bloom in early spring, making it a popular choice for gardeners and nature enthusiasts. Physical Characteristics of Virginia Bluebell Virginia Bluebell is a perennial plant that can grow up to 2 feet tall. The plant has a fleshy taproot and erect, smooth, and typically unbranched stems. The leaves of Virginia Bluebell are oval-shaped, about 4 inches long, and light green. The plant produces flowers in early spring, usually in April or May, which are blue-violet and bell-shaped. The flowers grow in clusters at the tips of the stems and are about 1 inch long Growing Conditions and CareVirginia Bluebell prefers to grow in moist, well-drained soils rich in organic matter. It can tolerate partial shade, but it thrives in full sun. The plant is typically grown from seed, which should be planted in the fall. Virginia Bluebell is a relatively low-maintenance plant that needs plenty of watering to moisten the soil.Cultural SignificanceIn addition to its beauty, Virginia Bluebell also has cultural significance. The plant has been used in traditional medicine for its diuretic and expectorant properties. Native American tribes also used the plant to treat various ailments, including snake bites and rheumatism. In modern times, Virginia Bluebell has become a popular plant for landscaping and is often used in naturalistic garden designs.  Buy Virginia Bluebell Online  
Shooting Star Plant Shooting Star Plant
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The Ravishing Shooting Star Plant The Shooting Star Plant is a beautiful perennial wildflower found in North America. This plant gets its name from its star-shaped flowers resembling shooting stars. It is a perennial that can grow in many soil types and climates. Appearance Shooting Star Plant is a small plant growing 12-20 inches tall. Its leaves are long and narrow and grow in a rosette at the base of the stem. The stem is thin and wiry and can have one or several flowers. The flowers are star-shaped, with five pink, lavender, and white petals. They blossom from late spring to early summer.Habitat Shooting Star Plant is found in prairies, meadows, and open woodlands throughout North America, from Canada to Mexico. It grows in well-drained soil and prefers full sun to partial shade. It is a popular plant for naturalizing and can be used in rock gardens, borders, and as a specimen plant.Cultivation Shooting Star Plant is easy to grow and care for. It can be propagated from seed or division. Seeds should be sown in the fall, and plants will germinate in the spring. The plants prefer moist, well-drained soil and regular watering. They do not require fertilization and can benefit from a layer of mulch in the winter. Shooting Star Plant Uses The Shooting Star Plant is used in traditional medicine to treat different ailments, including fever, headaches, and rheumatism. The plant contains compounds that have anti-inflammatory properties. It is also used in Native American ceremonies and as a decorative plant in gardens and landscapes. Conservation Shooting Star Plant is a threatened species in some parts of its range due to habitat loss and fragmentation. Protecting the plant's natural habitat and promoting its cultivation in gardens and public spaces is essential. Efforts are underway to conserve and restore Shooting Star Plant populations, including seed banking and habitat restoration projects. Buy Shooting Star Plant Online      
Periwinkle Plant Periwinkle Plant
Periwinkle Plant $5.49
The Beautiful Periwinkle Plant Periwinkle, also known as Vinca minor or common periwinkle, is a small evergreen plant that is native to Europe but now grows all over the world. It is used as a ground cover because it can spread quickly and form a thick carpet of green leaves and delicate purple flowers. Appearance and CultivationThe periwinkle plant has glossy, dark green leaves about 1-2 inches long and 0.5 inches wide. The plant produces small, star-shaped flowers ranging from pale lavender to deep violet. The flowers bloom from spring to fall, and the plant can grow up to 6 inches tall and spread up to 2-3 feet wide.Periwinkle is a hardy plant that can grow in various soil types and lighting conditions. It prefers well-draining soil and partial shade but can also tolerate full sun or deep shade. Periwinkle is a low-maintenance plant that requires little watering or fertilization once established. Medicinal Properties Of The Periwinkle Plant Periwinkle is known for its medicinal properties, particularly in treating cancer and cognitive disorders. The plant contains alkaloids such as vincristine and vinblastine, which have been used to treat a variety of cancers, including leukemia, lymphoma, and breast cancer.Periwinkle has also been used to improve cognitive function and treat dementia and Alzheimer's. The plant contains compounds that increase blood flow to the brain and improve memory and concentration. (Do not ingest without proper knowledge)PrecautionsWhile periwinkle is generally considered safe in traditional medicine, it should not be consumed without medical supervision. The plant contains toxic alkaloids that can cause serious side effects if ingested in large amounts. Additionally, pregnant women should avoid using periwinkle due to its potential to cause miscarriage.ConclusionPeriwinkle is a versatile and hardy plant with a long history of medicinal use. Its ability to thrive in various conditions makes it an ideal ground cover, while its alkaloid content has led to its use in cancer treatment and cognitive support. However, caution should be taken when using periwinkle, as it can be toxic if consumed in large amounts. Buy Periwinkle Plants Online  
Mayapple Mayapple
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The Impressive Mayapple Mayapple is a perennial plant that belongs to the family Berberidaceae. It is native to North America and can grow in moist woodland areas, streams, and meadows. Mayapple has a unique growth habit and produces umbrella-shaped leaves and a single white or pinkish flower.AppearanceMayapple grows up to 12 to 18 inches tall and has a distinctive umbrella-like appearance. It produces a single, large, deeply-lobed leaf that spans up to 12 inches wide. The leaf is attached to a single stem that emerges from the ground. Each branch produces one flower, which is white or pinkish and about 1.5 inches in diameter. The plant's fruit is an edible berry that is yellow or green when ripe and resembles a small apple.HabitatMayapple grows in moist woodland areas, along streams, and in meadows. It prefers well-drained soil and partial shade. The plant can be found throughout eastern North America, from southern Canada to Mexico. Mayapple is often found growing in large colonies due to its ability to spread through underground rhizomes. Mayapple's Medicinal Properties Mayapple has been used for medicinal purposes for centuries. The plant contains several compounds, including podophyllin and podophyllotoxin, which have antiviral, anti-inflammatory, and anticancer properties. Podophyllin, extracted from the roots and rhizomes of the plant, has been used to treat warts, genital warts, and certain skin cancers. Podophyllotoxin, found in the leaves and stems of the plant, has been used to treat cancer, including leukemia, lymphoma, and lung cancer. Mayapple is a unique and versatile plant with several uses. Its distinctive umbrella-like appearance makes it a popular choice for ornamental gardens, while its medicinal properties have been used for centuries. Buy Mayapple Online    
Lizard's Tail Lizard's Tail
Lizard's Tail - Package of 25 Plants $149.99
The Interesting Lizard's Tail Plant Lizard's Tail, scientifically known as Saururus cernuus, is a native North American perennial plant that grows in wetland areas such as swamps, marshes, and riverbanks. It gets its name from the long, tapering shape of its white or pink flower spikes, resembling a lizard's Tail. Physical Characteristics of Lizard's Tail PlantThe Lizard's Tail plant grows up to three feet tall and has long, narrow, pointed leaves arranged in a whorled pattern around the stem. The flowers of the plant bloom from June to September and grow in long, cylindrical spikes that can reach up to eight inches in length. The fragrant flowers attract pollinators, including bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds.Cultural Significance of Lizard's Tail PlantThe Lizard's Tail plant has a long history of medicinal use by Native American tribes. The plant treated various ailments, including respiratory problems, diarrhea, and skin conditions. The plant roots were also used as a poultice to treat wounds and bruises.Growing and Cultivating Lizard's Tail PlantLizard's Tail is relatively easy to grow and can be propagated from seeds or cuttings. The plant prefers damp soil and partial shade. Lizard's Tail is an excellent choice for naturalizing wetland areas, and it is also suitable for use in water gardens or as a border plant.  Environmental Benefits of Lizard's Tail Plant  Lizard's Tail is an essential plant for wetland ecosystems, providing habitat and food for various wildlife species, including birds, bees, and butterflies. The plant also helps to stabilize wetland soils, preventing erosion and reducing the risk of flooding. In addition, Lizard's Tail is an effective biofilter, helping to remove pollutants from water. Buy Lizard's Tail Online
Goldenseal Plant Goldenseal Plant
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The Historical Goldenseal Plant Goldenseal is a perennial herbaceous plant native to the eastern regions of North America. It has an old history of use in traditional medicine, particularly by Native American tribes. The plant has been used to treat various ailments, including digestive issues, respiratory infections, and skin conditions.Description of Goldenseal PlantThe Goldenseal plant grows to about 12 inches and has a single stem with two large, broad leaves at the top. The leaves are green and have a wrinkled appearance. The plant produces a small flower that is typically white or greenish-yellow in color. The root of the Goldenseal plant is the most sought-after part of the plant for its medicinal properties.Medicinal Properties of Goldenseal PlantThe Goldenseal plant contains several alkaloids, including berberine and hydrastine, which are believed responsible for their medicinal properties. These alkaloids have been shown to have anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antiviral properties. Goldenseal is often used to treat infections, particularly those affecting the respiratory and digestive systems. It is also used as a natural remedy for skin conditions. (Do not take any plant without proper knowledge) Uses of Goldenseal Plant Goldenseal is commonly used in herbal medicine to treat various conditions. It is often used to boost the immune system and fight infections, particularly those affecting the respiratory and digestive systems. Goldenseal can also treat skin conditions such as eczema and acne. In addition to its medicinal properties, Goldenseal is also used as a natural dye and has been used to color clothing and other textiles.Precautions when using Goldenseal PlantWhile Goldenseal is generally considered safe when used in moderation, there are some precautions to be aware of. The plant can cause digestive upset in some people, and high doses can be toxic. Goldenseal should not be used during pregnancy or breastfeeding; it can interact with some medications. Speaking with a healthcare provider before using Goldenseal or any other herbal remedy is always best. Buy Goldenseal Plant Online  
Fan Clubmoss Fan Clubmoss
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The Intriguing Fan Clubmoss Fan Clubmoss, known as Lycopodium digitatum, is an evergreen perennial herbaceous plant native to North America, Europe, and Asia. It belongs to the Lycopodiaceae family, which includes other species such as ground pines and spike mosses. The plant has a unique appearance, with thin, wiry stems that grow up to 30 cm in height and fan-shaped leaves resembling a bird's tail feathers. Features Of Fan Clubmoss One of the most remarkable features of fan Clubmoss is its reproductive system. The plant produces two types of spores, microspores, and megaspores, which turn into male and female gametophytes. The male gametophytes produce sperm cells, while the female gametophytes produce egg cells. Fertilization occurs when the sperm cells swim to the egg cells, and the resulting zygote develops into a sporophyte, which eventually grows into a mature plant.Fan clubmoss has been used for medicinal purposes throughout history. Native Americans used it to remedy multiple ailments, including urinary tract infections, fevers, and respiratory problems. The plant contains several active compounds, including lycopodium and lycopene, which have been shown to possess antifungal, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties.In addition to its medicinal uses, fan clubmoss has been used for decorative purposes. The plant is often used in floral arrangements and is famous for creating bonsai trees. Its unique appearance and ease of care make it a popular choice for gardening enthusiasts.Fan clubmoss is commonly used in landscaping and erosion control. Its shallow roots and ability to spread quickly make it an excellent ground cover. Buy Fan Clubmoss Online  
Squirrel Corn Plant - Tree Nursery Co Dicentra Canadensis
Squirrel Corn $5.49
The Lovely Squirrel Corn Squirrel corn (Dicentra canadensis) is a perennial wildflower in the poppy family. It is native to North America and known for its beautiful, heart-shaped, pink, and white flowers that bloom in the spring. This plant is commonly found in woodland areas and is often mistaken for its close relative, Dutchman's breeches (Dicentra cucullaria).Description of Squirrel CornSquirrel corn grows up to 10-12 inches in height and spreads through underground rhizomes. The plant has blue-green, fern-like leaves that grow up to 6 inches long. The flowers of squirrel corn bloom in clusters on arching stems that can grow up to 18 inches in length. The flowers are pinkish-white and shaped like tiny hearts, with a yellow-tipped spur at the back. Habitat of Squirrel Corn   Squirrel corn prefers moist, rich soil and partial to full shade. It is commonly found in deciduous forests, stream banks, and damp meadows. The plant is often associated with other wildflowers, such as trilliums, violets, and ferns.Propagation of Squirrel CornSquirrel corn can be propagated through seeds or by dividing its rhizomes. The best time to plant squirrel corn seeds is in the fall, as they require a period of cold stratification to germinate. The rhizomes can be divided between the fall and early spring, and each division should have at least one bud. Buy Squirrel Corn Online  
Blue Cohosh Blue Cohosh
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Blue Cohosh is a Popular Shade Perennial Plant For Gardens Blue cohosh (Caulophyllum thalictroides) is a herbaceous perennial plant native to eastern North America. It typically grows to a height of 2-3 feet (60-90 cm) and spreads to a width of 1-2 feet (30-60 cm).The plant has large, compound leaves resembling the buttercup family. The leaves are bluish-green and are arranged in an alternating pattern on the stem. Blue Cohosh Has Blue Berries After It Flowers in Mid-Summer In the spring, blue cohosh produces small, greenish-yellow flowers that grow in clusters on long stalks. The flowers are followed by blue, berry-like fruits that ripen in the summer. The plant's roots are thick and fleshy and are used in herbal medicine.Blue cohosh prefers moist, shady conditions and often grows in woodland areas, streams, and damp meadows. It is an essential plant in traditional Native American medicine used to treat various ailments, including menstrual cramps, labor pains, and rheumatism. Buy Blue Cohosh Perennials Online  
Bellflower Plant Bellflower Plant
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Bellflower Is A Beautiful Plant That Varies In Colors Bellflower Is A Hardy Plant Bellflowers are versatile plants that can thrive in various growing conditions but generally prefer moist, well-drained soil and full or partial sun. When selecting a location to plant bellflowers, consider the following: Sunlight: Bellflowers prefer full sun to partial shade. Look for a location that receives at least six hours of direct sunlight daily. Soil: Bellflowers grow best in moist, well-drained soil. If soil is heavy or clay-like, amend it with natural matter such as compost or well-rotted manure. Water: Bellflowers need regular watering, especially during hot, dry weather. Ensure that the planting location is within reach of a water source. Space: Bellflowers come in many sizes, so choose a variety that fits your available space. Some can grow up to 2 feet tall and spread to 3 feet wide. Climate: Bellflowers are generally hardy plants that tolerate various temperatures, but some varieties may be better suited to specific environments. Bellflower recommendations  Check with your local nursery or gardening center for recommendations on which bellflowers grow best in your area. Bellflowers are great plants for borders, rock gardens, and container gardens. They are also popular as cut flowers, so consider planting some in your cutting garden. Buy Bellflower Online Bellflower is a flowering plant that belongs to the Campanula genus. The plant is named after its bell-shaped flowers, which come in various colors, such as blue, pink, white, and purple. Bellflowers are known for their beauty and versatility and are often used in gardens and floral arrangements.Bellflowers can be annuals, biennials, or perennials, depending on the species. They are effortless to grow and require little maintenance, making them a popular choice for beginner and experienced gardeners.Some common species of bellflower include the Canterbury bells (Campanula medium), which are biennial plants that produce tall spikes of bell-shaped flowers in shades of blue, pink, and white. The Bellflower Has Beautiful Bule Flowers  The Peach-leaved bellflower (Campanula persicifolia) is a perennial species that produces tall spikes of blue or white flowers. In summer, the Tussock bellflower (Campanula carpatica) is a low-growing perennial with masses of blue, pink, or white flowers.Bellflowers are a favorite of pollinators, including bees and butterflies, and they make an attractive addition to any garden or landscape.
Baneberry Doll Eye Baneberry Doll Eye
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Bane Berry Doll Eye belongs to the Ranunculaceae family Baneberry, Also Known as Doll Eyes, is a Herbaceous Perennial Baneberry is a perennial herbaceous plant that belongs to the Ranunculaceae family. There are two main species of baneberry: the red baneberry (Actaea rubra) and the white baneberry (Actaea pachypoda). Both species are native to North America and can be found in woodlands and forests. Bane Berry Doll Eye Are Beautiful Baneberry Plant Has White Berries With Black Dots, Like a Doll's Eyes Baneberry perennials, also known as doll eyes, reach 2 feet, with a spread of 1 to 2 feet. The leaves are large and compound, with toothed leaflets arranged in a palate pattern. Reached flowers are small and white, set in a cluster at the top of the stem. The plant's fruit is a berry, typically bright red in the case of the red baneberry and white in the case of the white baneberry. Baneberry, also known as Actaea, is a plant that produces beautiful white or pink flowers in the spring and summer, followed by bright red or white berries in the fall. Here are some tips for landscaping with baneberry Choose the right location: Baneberry prefers moist, shady areas with rich, well-drained soil. It can also tolerate full sun if the soil is consistently moist. rifts rather than as single specimens. This creates a more natural, cohesive look. Combine with other shade-loving plants. Bane Berry go Good With Lots of Other Plants Baneberry pairs well with other shade plants, like ferns, Hosta's, and astilbes. Create contrast: The white or pink flowers of baneberry can be paired with plants that have contrasting foliage, such as dark green or burgundy-colored leaves. "Avoid planting near children or pets: Baneberry is toxic if ingested, so it's best to avoid it where children or pets might be tempted to eat the berries. Prune as needed.