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Sanguinaria canadensis

 



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Sanguinaria canadensis f. multiplex (d)


Frogswell Nursery A small nursery specialising in shade & woodland plants incl. hybrid hellebores & hardy geraniums, plus unusual perennials for the Irish climate, all raised on site, some in small quantities. Garden visits by arrangement.

Kirkdale Nursery Trees, herbaceous, conifers. Some plants available in small quantities only.

Long Acre Plants Ferns, woodland bulbs & perennials. Nat. Collection of Asarum.

Stone House Cottage Nurseries Small general range esp. wall shrubs, climbers & unusual plants.

Westonbirt Plants Bulbs & woodland plants incl. Anemonella, Arisaema, Colchicum, Corydalis, Erythronium, Fritillaria, Iris (Juno & Oncocyclus), Lilium, Paeonia, Roscoea, Trillium & hardy orchids (Calanthe, Cypripedium & Epipactis). Many rare plants in ltd. numbers.

Wisley Plant Centre (RHS) Over 10,000 plants, many rare or unusual, reflecting the range of the RHS flagship garden at Wisley. Plants subject to seasonal availability. For plants not in stock, we operate a reservation service.

Sanguinaria canadensis (Bloodroot) Wildflower Seeds


Everwilde Farms A Native Wildflower Seed Farm (1 product)
Rising 6-10"" tall, this rhizomatous, native wildflower is often seen in large colonies on the shaded forest floor. The white flowers which bloom in the Spring are short-lived, and only open in the sun. For this reason, this perennial is primarily




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