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A woodland garden can be developed anywhere there is shade. Shade can be provided by a wooded area, a lone Maple Tree, a grouping of trees or the north side of a house. The amount of shade you have will help determine what plants you can grow. Woodland plants also need soil rich in organic matter. Our native woodland plants are unusual plants that play key roles in the natural local community.

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Amanda's Garden Native Perennial Nursery specializing in native plants for woodlands, meadows and wetlands

Crested Iris carefree ground cover - part to full shade; for the woodland garden Iris Flowers, Wild Flowers, Planting Flowers, Beautiful Flowers, Flower Gardening, Woodland Plants, Woodland Garden, Shade Garden Plants, Pond Plants

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Squirrel corn - A patch of squirrel corn along a garden is a wonderful and welcome sight in the early spring. The white flowers are heart-shaped and very enchanting. Delicate blue - green very finely cut leaves grace this lovely plant. Small in stature, only 3 to 5 inches tall Squirrel Corn is a nice spring edger plant for your woodland garden. Woodland Plants, Woodland Garden, Unusual Plants, Maple Tree, Organic Matter, Early Spring, White Flowers, Squirrel, Blue Green

Squirrel corn - A patch of squirrel corn along a garden is a wonderful and welcome sight in the early spring. The white flowers are heart-shaped and very enchanting. Delicate blue - green very finely cut leaves grace this lovely plant. Small in stature, only 3 to 5 inches tall Squirrel Corn is a nice spring edger plant for your woodland garden.

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Amanda's Garden Native Perennial Nursery specializing in native plants for woodlands, meadows and wetlands

Appalachian ginseng with seed - a very valued plant that grows in isolated conditions on rich, well-drained soils under an American deciduous hardwood forest. Endangered in same states. Healing Herbs, Medicinal Plants, Herb Plants, Garden Plants, Permaculture, Growing Ginseng, Ginseng Plant, Edible Wild Plants, Wild Edibles

Growing American Ginseng (Panax quinquefolius) in Forestlands

American ginseng (Panax quinquefolius)

Wild Ginger ~ Asarum canadense - I gotta get some from Moms Woodland Plants, Woodland Garden, Next Flowers, Wild Flowers, Seed Dispersal, Wild Ginger, Deer Resistant Plants, Spring Time, Early Spring

Restoring The Landscape With Native Plants

A midwestern blog about pollinators, ecological landscape restoration, nature observations, native plant profiles, and wildlife gardening.

Doll's eyes or baneberry is wonderful in the garden. They emerge from the soil in the early spring and are usually in flower the or week in May. The flowers are cream colored clusters of starry shaped petals. Woodland Plants, Woodland Garden, Shade Garden, Garden Plants, Unusual Plants, Organic Matter, Doll Eyes, Early Spring, Native Plants

12 Great Native Plants for the Mesic Woodland Garden

A midwestern blog about pollinators, ecological landscape restoration, nature observations, native plant profiles, and wildlife gardening.

Labrador Violet, beautiful violet the leaves are tinged purple and become a deeper purple with more sun light. The flowers are a deep purple. The plants spread mostly from seed. It is not as aggressive as other violets. Woodland Plants, Woodland Garden, Sun Light, Unusual Plants, Maple Tree, Organic Matter, Violets, Shade Garden, Native Plants

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Amanda's Garden Native Perennial Nursery specializing in native plants for woodlands, meadows and wetlands

Trilliums In My Garden: Wildflower Wednesday Woodland Plants, Woodland Garden, Unusual Plants, Organic Matter, Native Plants, Garden Landscaping, Wild Flowers, Tennessee, Wednesday

Trilliums In My Garden: Wildflower Wednesday

Trilliums have charmed and fascinated me ever since my days as a Girl Scout, when I learned to identify a few wildflowers. With three leaves and three peta

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Trilliums In My Garden: Wildflower Wednesday

Trilliums have charmed and fascinated me ever since my days as a Girl Scout, when I learned to identify a few wildflowers. With three leaves and three peta

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Native Perennial Nursery | Amanda's Garden | United States

Amanda's Garden Native Perennial Nursery specializing in native plants for woodlands, meadows and wetlands