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Anemone virginiana - Tall Thimbleweed
Whorled deeply cut leaves, greenish white flowers atop each of many stems
Anemonella thalictroides - Rue Anemone
Various shades of pink flowers; lime green leaf
Aquilegia canadensis - Columbine
Red with yellow, long spurs; early bloomer; provides nectar for bees, butterflies, hummingbirds
Arisaema triphyllum - Jack-in-the-Pulpit
Three-parted leaves and flowers contained in a spadix that is covered by a hood; excellent woodland plant
Asarum canadense - Wild Ginger - 18 ct
Easily recognizable leaves; good for a shade ground cover
Asclepias exaltata - Poke Milkweed - 18
Paired ovate leaf, flowers green-white, likes shade; good food source for monarch butterflies
Aster cordifolius (Symphyotrichum cordifolium) - Heart-leaved Aster
Heart leaf; fall bloomer, useful in shady borders; flower attracts bees and butterflies; good cut flower
Aster macrophyllus (Eurybia macrophylla) - Big-leaved Aster
Great for stablizing hillsides and slopes; good for a dense ground cover
Aster shortii (Symphyotrichum shortii) - Short's Aster
Green lance leaf; blooms late summer into fall; one of the most floriferous of the native asters
Blephilia hirsuta - Hairy Wood Mint
Shade tolerant; adaptable to various soils; mint-scented leaves and white flowers
Caltha palustris - Marsh Marigold
Wonderful, bright yellow plant for moist or even boggy areas, very hardy
Campanula americana - Tall Bellflower
Green ovate leaf; blue flower; sun/shade; pollinator magnet for bees, butterflies, hummingbirds
Fragaria vesca - Wild Woodland Strawberry
A wild woodland plant with small, edible strawberries
Geranium maculatum - Wild Geranium
Wonderful shade plant; pink to lavender flowers; easily spreads; attracts bees and butterflies
Helianthus strumosus - Pale Leaf Woodland Sunflower
Stout, erect stem; yellow flowers; similar to other native sunflowers
Mertensia virginica - Virginia Bluebells
Bell-shaped sky-blue flowers; liked especially by female bumblebees
Mitella diphylla - Bishop's Cap
Monarda bradburiana - Bradbury's Monarda
Bee balm; minty smell; attracts many pollinators
Penstemon digitalis - Foxglove Beardtongue
White to pink flowers; atracts bees and hummingbirds
Phlox divaricata - Wild Blue Phlox
For shade or partial shade; flowers range from pale blue to violet
Polemonium reptans - Jacob's Ladder
Bloom time is short in April and/or May; may grow in full sun but prefers shade
Prenanthes alba - Lion's Feet
Member of the Aster family; has a lion's shape leaf
Ruellia strepens - Smooth Petunia
Solidago flexicaulis - Zig Zag Goldenrod
Solidago ulmifolia - Elm-leaved Goldenrod
One of the shorter goldenrods; attracts insects in the fall
Stylophorum diphyllum - Celandine Poppy
Woodland plant with bright yellow poppy-type flowers
Thalictrum dioicum - Early Meadow Rue
Scrophularia marilandica - Maryland Figwort - 18
Tall, greenish-purplish flowers. Four-sided grooved stems.
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