Bellwort
Bellwort is an excellent early-blooming native shade plant for the woodland garden, shaded border front, wildflower garden or naturalized area. It spreads slowly by rhizomes so you can achieve a mass planting look under shade trees or along wood margins in a relatively short amount of time. The Bellwort flowers and leaves have an overall...
Botanical Name: Uvularia perfoliata
Nom Français: Uvulaire perfoliée

Features

Bloom colour: Yellow
Blooms: Spring - Zone 5
Pollinators: Bees | Birds | Bumble bees
Sun or Shade: Partial Sun | Shade
Plant Type: Perennial
Height: Up to 2 feet (70 cm)
Ontario
It grows well in hardiness zones:

Planting

Deciduous woods, borders
Water requirement: Medium to wet

Care

Bellwort is easily grown in average, well-drained soil in partial to full shade.

Pruning

Spread:

Considerations

Medicinal | Native to Canada

Styling and Use

Trillium cuneatum, Mertensia virginica, Stylophorum diphyllum, Asarum canadense, Trillium luteum, and Polemonium reptans

Other

History

GardeningCalendar.ca is supported by its readers and advertisers. If you purchase through a link on this site, the site may earn a commission.

If you like the work we are doing, you can also support the site by becoming a member.