Podophyllum peltatum, is commonly called mayapple (also known as mandrake root, American mandrake, raccoon berry, wild lemon, Indian apple, duck's foot, hog apple, umbrella plant, and...Read More
Polemonium reptans is a flowering plant, native to eastern North America. Common names include Abscess Root, Creeping or Spreading Jacob's Ladder, False Jacob's Ladder...Read More
Polygonatum biflorum (Smooth Solomon's-seal, Great Solomon's-seal, Solomon's seal); is a species native to the forests of eastern and central North America. It produces...Read More
Dasiphora fruticosa (Shrubby Cinquefoil; syn. Potentilla fruticosa L., Pentaphylloides fruticosa (L.) O.Schwarz) is a shrub in the family...Read More
Pycnanthemum (mountain mint) is a plant in the mint family, Lamiaceae. They are herbaceous plants with narrow, opposite, simple leaves, on wiry, green stems. The flowers...Read More
Rudbeckia fulgida, orange coneflower, is a perennial plant native to eastern North America. They are perennial herbaceous plants growing up to 120 cm tall, growing from rosettes that develop...Read More
Rudbeckia hirta, the Black-eyed Susan, with the other common names of: Brown-eyed Susan, Brown Betty, Brown Daisy (Rudbeckia triloba), Gloriosa Daisy, Golden Jerusalem, Poorland Daisy, Yellow
Rudbeckia triloba (Browneyed Susan, Brown-eyed Susan, Thin-leaved Coneflower, Three-leaved Coneflower) is an easily grown plant native to the United States.
Beautiful white pinwheel flowers, followed by lobed, kidney shaped leaves and slender green capsules. Fleshy rhizomes contain a deep red pigment used by native Americans and colonists for dye....Read More
Sarracenia alata, also known as the Pale pitcher plant or Pale trumpet, is a carnivorous plant. Like all the Sarracenia, it is...Read More
Sarracenia leucophylla, also known as the white pitcher plant, is a carnivorous plant in the genus Sarracenia. Like all the Sarracenia, it is native to the New World and...Read More
Sarracenia purpurea, commonly known as the purple pitcher plant, northern pitcher plant, or side-saddle flower, is an insectivorous plant in the family ...Read More
A nice little skullcap of our local woods; easy to grow in full sun or partial shade. Height: 1-2.5' Flowers: May-Jul.; blue, pink, white Fruit: blackish; nut/nut-like
The only sedum pecies that will grow in shade, which is it's natural habitat. Sedum ternatum is the most widespread native Sedum species in eastern North America, commonly known as woodland
Silphium perfoliatum var. connatum (L.) Cronq., is characterized by hairy stems with sessile leaves, and it occurs in scattered stations in the mountains and the adjacent...Read More
Silphium laciniatum, the compass plant, is a native perennial which occurs in prairies, wood edges and glades. It is a tall, sturdy, rough, bristly plant...Read More
Smilacina racemosa (Treacleberry, False Solomon's Seal, Solomon's plume or False Spikenard) is native to the woodlands of eastern North America.
Solidago caesia, or Blue-Stemmed Goldenrod, is a flowering plant in the United States.
Stenanthium gramineum exhibits large, pyramidal panicles of small, white, nodding flowers on a stem rising from a basal rosette of folded, grass-like leaves. It can...Read More
These large flowered members of the poppy family will provide rafts of beautiful yellow color throughout your woods, They reseed nicely and are relatively deer resistant! This is not...Read More