Virginia bluebells is a native wildflower found in moist woodlands and river flood plains in eastern North America from New York up into Ontario and Quebec.
This species prefers part to full shade and moist, rich soil.
This ephemeral perennial plant comes up early in the spring and go into dormant in mid-summer.
Each package contains 30 seeds.
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Virginia bluebells can be used in borders or other beds but the dying foliage and blank spaces when dormant need to be addressed. If interplanted with other shade-loving perennials, Solomon’s seal, twinleaf or ferns, these other plants will fill in the gaps later in the season. When Virginia bluebells grow in masses, this species makes a spectacular show. || Source: Nursery grown. || Availability: Only available in mid-May to July when the plants are not in dormancy.
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