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Asarum canadensis

Common Name: Wild Ginger
Hardy to zones:  3 – 8

Great native shade groundcover with medium to deep green glossy foliage. It is deciduous and spreads happily by rhizome growth and seedling production. In prefers well drained and rich soils under deciduous shade. The charming deep red to mahogany flowers occur in April and May and the seed is often ripe by early June.

Our plants are from Chester (this county) County or adjacent Lancaster County populations and are produced from our stocks by division or seeds.

Plant Nativity

Eastern US

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Qt pots and rooted cuttings in May and June, please inquire.