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Thalictrum dioicum


Dainty white and gold flowers are suspended above lacy blue-green foliage in early spring. Early Meadowrue serves as a strong focal point in the woodland garden. Plant low growing wildflowers around the base of this specimen plant for maximum effect.

Ostrya virginiana


Eastern Hop Hornbeam, also called Ironwood, is a deciduous native tree which usually occurs in dry soils on rocky slopes, upland woods and bluffs. A small to medium-sized, understory tree with a generally rounded crown. Features birch-like, oval to lance-shaped, sharply-serrated, dark yellowish-gr . . .

Carex radiata


Forms attractive dense tufts of slender leaf blades in dappled to medium shade.  Small star-like flower clusters rise in late spring. Slow to spread, primarily by seed, the seeds are a food source for both songbirds and upland gamebirds.  Excellent ornamental sedge for moist to medium soils.

Pinus strobus


Eastern White Pine is a rapid-growing, long-lived, needled evergreen tree that has a pyramidal crown in its early years but it matures to a broad oval habit with an irregular crown.
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