3 bareroot, HEPATICA AMERICANA, Great In Containers,Very Hardy Native Plant ,Perennial~Ready To Ship
There’s no better way to make a garden pop than by introducing a bold splash of blue
Common Hepatica is native to the southeastern US.
It’s a charming wildflower that grows close to the ground in woodsy settings, where there is partial shade and rich, well-drained soil.
It’s an herbaceous plant, with stems, leaves, and flowers that die at the end of the growing season. It’s also a hardy plant, whose roots lie dormant beneath the soil throughout the winter.
6 inches tall
Blooms in early spring
Blue, white, or pink
Easy to grow
Medium moisture, rich, well-drained soil
Zones 3 to 8