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Listing 1 - 4 from 4 for merrybells

Brooklyn Botanic Garden: A Shady Woodland Corner—Turning an Eyesore into an Enchantment
... ) Mertensia virginica (Virginia bluebells) Sanguinaria canadensis (Bloodroot) Trillium grandiflorum (Great white trillium) Uvularia grandiflora (Large merrybells) Joan McDonald is former manager of BBG's Gardener's Resource Center and current owner ...

Garden Clippin's Online: April in the Shade Garden
... December. My favorite combination of plants in bloom during April is bluebells (Mertensia virginica) and merrybells (Uvularia grandiflora). The foliage of Virginia bluebells emerges a purple black, lightening to a ... and dramatic companionship of color. After the bluebells go dormant in late July the merrybells will remain to grace the garden until hard frost. Phlox divaricata Phlox divaricata, or ...

Garden Clippin's Online: Bellworts
... commodity. That common usage led to Uvularia being know as not only bellworts, but also merrybells, haybells, strawflower, wild oats and many other names. Often the common names refer to the ... to collect and all are very worthy plants for the woodland garden. Two species of merrybells are commonly found growing locally in our woods. The large-flowered bellwort, Uvularia grandiflora, is ...
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... ) Hosta Fragrant Bouquet Trillium stylosum Hosta 'Fried Bananas' Trillium vaseyi Hosta 'Guacamole' Uvularia grandiflora (Big Merrybells) Hosta 'Honeybells' Vancouveria Hosta montana 'Mountain Snow' Vancouveria hexandra Hosta 'Paul's Glory' Vancouveria planipetala ...

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