Hardy, early-spring blooming native perennial
Description: Small white and yellow flowers lined up on stalks somewhat resembling pantaloons on a clothesline. The finely cut foliage is also desirable.
Culture: Prefers partial sun and good drainage. Plant the bulbs just below the soil surface.
Habit: Plants grow 6 to 10 inches high and 8 to 12 inches wide.
Hardiness: Cold hardy to USDA Zone 2
Origin: North America
This choice native perennial grows in abundance along the alluvial slopes of Monticello mountain, often in association with Virginia Bluebells. It was likely first brought into cultivation during the early nineteenth century. The plant grows from small bulbs and goes dormant quickly after flowering, often spreading seed to increase the colony in future seasons.
Arrives in a 4" pot.