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Native Yellow Bellflower

Sunny color for woodland gardens
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Native Yellow Bellflower

Sunny color for woodland gardens
  • Native to North America
  • Long lasting in a woodland garden
  • Tolerant of most any soil
There are some gorgeous woodland plants in North America, which work to blanket the bases of the trees in color, but they're often tricky to keep in your home garden. Many of them bloom once, and... Read More »
  • Zone 4-9
  • Height 18 - 24 inches
  • Flowering Date Blooms mid to late spring
  • Sun Exposure Partial Shade, Full Shade
  • Ship As NO. 1 BAREROOT
Availability: Out Of Season
SKU: #77117
Native Yellow Bellflower
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Product Description

There are some gorgeous woodland plants in North America, which work to blanket the bases of the trees in color, but they're often tricky to keep in your home garden. Many of them bloom once, and then they're gone. The Native Yellow Bellflower is one of the exceptions to that rule—it's very long lived, and you'll be happy to see this perennial return for years. Because it's native to North America, you can expect it to grow very easily here. It's drought tolerant and content in many types of soils around the USA, whether yours is more loamy, sandy, dry, clay or acidic. You can simply grow it in a pot on a shaded patio, or let it brighten up a rock garden, but it really shows off what it can do in woodland gardens, making a bright companion to other shady favorites like ferns, hostas and trillium. If you're planting it around other native woodland plants, it'll be among the first to bloom. After it flowers, it's still an architecturally interesting plant, growing more upright as we go into summer and developing attractive seedpods. Uvularia grandiflora

Product Details

  • Botanical Name:

    Uvularia grandiflora
  • Form: Perennial
  • Sun Exposure: Partial Shade, Full Shade
  • Height/Habit: 18 - 24 inches
  • Spread: 12 - 18 inches
  • Spacing: 12 - 18 inches
  • Hardiness Zone: 4-9
  • Flowering Date: Blooms mid to late spring
  • Planting Instructions: Dig a hole large enough to accommodate the roots. Spread them around the hole and fill in with dirt so that the crown is even with or slightly above soil level.
  • Winter Care: Mulch as needed in colder climates
  • Shipped: NO. 1 BAREROOT
  • Growth Rate: Medium
  • Shipping Season: Spring
  • Flower Color: Yellow
  • Flower Form: 1" nodding slender flowers
  • Foliage Type: Oblong-ovate to elliptic, smooth along their margins
  • Soil Requirement: Moist, well-drained soil
  • Watering Requirement: Average water needs
  • Restricted States: AE AK GU HI PR

Shipping

When will my order ship?

Plants will be shipped at the proper planting time for your area of the country during the shipping timeframes outlined below:

2022 Spring Shipping Schedule
Zone Most Dormant Bareroot & Potted Perennials, and Shrubs
1A-3B 5/2/22 - 6/24/22
4A-4B 5/2/22 - 6/24/22
5A 4/11/22 - 6/24/22
5B 3/28/22 - 6/24/22
6A 3/14/22 - 6/24/22
6B 2/28/22 - 6/24/22
7A 2/24/22 - 6/24/22
7B 2/21/22 - 6/24/22
8A 2/17/22 - 6/10/22
8B 2/14/22 - 6/10/22
9A-10B 2/7/22 - 6/10/22
Last Order Date Zones 1A - 7B: 6/20/22
Zones 8A - 10B: 6/6/22

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