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  • Barbara Hunter

    Anemone "Wild Swan" New Anemone hybrid raised by Elizabeth MacGregor. Chelsea Plant of the Year 2011. Large white flowers with distinct blue banding on the reverse. Opening throughout the day, the flowers close to bells with a beautiful nodding habit in the evening and early morning......o via Evas Garden

  • Angela Foley

    'Wild Swan' Anemone / fall shade plants have their nice little surprises you just have to be open to new things....

  • Pamela Fabish

    'Wild Swan' Anemone: New Shade Perennial Picks For 2013.

  • Krista Sanders

    Shady gardens - Wild anemone

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Wild Ginger: An almost perfect groundcover for shady spots, wild ginger features fuzzy, heart-shaped leaves. In late May, peek under the leaves for a glimpse of the hidden burgundy flowers. Name: Asarum canadense Growing Conditions: Shade and well-drained soil Size: To 10 inches tall

wild columbine- In the woods behind my house each spring brings a new crop! Sometimes I cut the seed heads and scatter where I want them to grow! Shade, zone 5.

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Pretty Lamium is an easy-care groundcover that blooms throughout the summer. Find more easy-growing groundcovers:

Pale lavender Campanula 'Iridescent Bells' are perfect for romantic cottage gardens.

Lupine, a favorite perennial. Many colors and re-blooms and self seeds. Lovely.

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  • Jana Stateler

    Thinking of using this in my walkway flowerbeds!!

  • Carol Buehler Federoff

    I have this in my back yard. It does spread out somewhat, so it covers a nice area and the colors look just like the picture here. Love it!

Bristleleaf Sedge. A native groundcover and wonderful naturalizer, this shade-and-sun-loving bristleleaf sedge fits in anywhere -- from woodland and rock gardens to perennial borders. Plants grow 6 to 8 inches tall and bear long, soft, threadlike foliage. In early spring, small whitish-green flower spikes appear. Plant in mass for a gorgeous green groundcover or as an edging plant. This hardy sedge tolerates dry conditions

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