Search Native Plants

  • Reset Search

Lanceleaf Trillium (Trillium lancifolium)

  • SCIENTIFIC NAME: Trillium lancifolium
  • PLANT TYPE: Perennial
  • TAGS: Plant Tags: spring ephemeral. Plant Types: Perennial.

Lanceleaf Trillium (Trillium lancifolium) is a relatively small trillium with narrow leaves.   Other Scientific Names: Trillium lanceolatum, Trillium recurvatum ssp. lanceolatum
read more

Mayapple (Podophyllum peltatum)

Mayapple (Podophyllum peltatum) grows in partial shade to shade; average, medium-wet, well-drained soil; prefers rich, moist humusy soil; will self-sow under optimal conditions; will form a colony over time via undergrown rhizomes. Flowers are usually borne on 2-leaved plants in May; singled leaved plants are not mature enough to bloom.
read more

Mouse-ear coreopsis (Coreopsis auriculata)

  • SCIENTIFIC NAME: Coreopsis auriculata
  • PLANT TYPE: Perennial
  • SCIENTIFIC NAME PRONUNCIATION: kor-ee-OP-sis aw-rik-yoo-LAY-tuh
  • TAGS: Plant Tags: groundcover. Plant Types: Perennial.

Mouse-ear coreopsis (Coreopsis auriculata) grows best in partial shade to full sun; well-drained soil; will form a colony over time via underground stolons. Evergreen foliage can be used as ground cover; showy flowers.   Other Common Names: Eared Coreopsis, Mouse-Ear Tickseed, Lobed Tickseed
read more

Pink Ladyslipper (Cypripedium acaule)

  • SCIENTIFIC NAME: Cypripedium acaule
  • PLANT TYPE: Perennial
  • TAGS: Plant Tags: orchid. Plant Types: Perennial.

Pink Ladyslipper (Cypripedium acaule) grows in shade to partial shade; moist, rich, acidic soil; mulch with compost, partially rotted pine straw is best; may be troubled with slugs and mold. If transplanting, roots very shallow; breaking roots can stunt or kill the plant; best to work plant free with digging fork or fingers; may be difficult to transplant...
read more

Round-lobe Hepatica (Hepatica nobilis var. obtusa)

  • SCIENTIFIC NAME: Hepatica nobilis var. obtusa
  • PLANT TYPE: Perennial
  • SCIENTIFIC NAME PRONUNCIATION: hep-AT-ih-kuh no-BEEL-ee-us ob-TUS-sa
  • TAGS: Plant Tags: January flowers. Plant Types: Perennial.

Round-lobe Hepatica (Hepatica nobilis var. obtusa)  grows in shade to partial shade; best in humus-y, medium-wet, well-drained soil; needs to be consistently moist; may self-seed in optimum conditions. One of the earliest wildflowers to bloom; evergreen foliage provides winter interest when not covered by heavy leaf cover.   Other Common Names: Round-Lobed...
read more


Pin It on Pinterest