A woodland garden can be developed anywhere there is shade. Shade can be provided by a wooded area, a lone maple tree, a grouping of trees, or the north side of a house.Our native woodland plants are unusual plants that play key roles in the local natural community. They provide food and shelter for native insects, butterflies and birds. Planting woodland wildflowers in our gardens makes them more ecologically friendly.
This collection is made up of shade loving plants that are easily grown dry to moist woodland soils. They will not tolerate dark shade but are very happy where you have success with other shade plants such as Hosta. Enjoy a 10% savings off the regular prices. Makes a great gift. Collections ship April or May 2020. You choose ship date.
Woodland or Shade for Dry Soils
This collection includes: (2) Early Meadow Rue - Thalictrum dioicum, (2) Black Cohosh, Actaea racemosa (2) Hairy Beardtongue - Penstemon hirsutus (2) Green and Gold - Chrysogonum virginianum and (2) Blue Wood Aster - Symphyotrichum cordifolium