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A sure and welcome sign of spring, the bloodroot and it's pristine white flowers are a brief but worthwhile treasure. Fortunately, the double form has a longer bloom time than the species. Beautiful blue-green leaves (paired and shaped like lungs but far prettier!) will disappear by late summer, so you might want to interplant with something that will take its place for a while to cover the dying leaves. It works well in part shade rock or alpine gardens or naturalizing in woodland gardens, in any case, in well-draining soil whether it's forest humus or gravel with incorporated organic material. Full sun is possible but one must take care not to let the soil dry out. 6" tall and slowly spreading; selection of a North American native. Rare.
Additional stock anticipated Spring 2020
Minimum temperature: -40° F