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Wildflowers

Virginia Waterleaf Helps Stop Soil Erosion

Virginia waterleaf is an excellent choice for shady areas and woodland gardens that can spread quickly, cover bare spots and help stop soil erosion. It comes in white and violet colours and has edible leaves that can be used in cooking. Discover more about it and its companion plants. Enhance your woodlands with Virginia Waterleaf. Discover the perfect choice for shady areas and woodland gardens – Virginia Waterleaf! Native to various regions in North America, it blooms in white and violet, and can spread quickly from rhizomes to provide groundcover, reduce erosion and provide edible leaves.

Wildflowers

Rough-stemmed goldenrod

Discover the native Rough-Stemmed Goldenrod: a clump-forming plant with serrated leaves and bright yellow blooms. Attract pollinators to your garden by adding native species – an excellent addition to any garden in late summer and early fall. Plus, debunked studies have confirmed that it isn't the cause of hay fever!

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Mad-dog Skullcap

Learn all about Mad-dog Skullcap, a member of the mint family with unique serrated leaves and vibrant trumpet-shaped flowers. Read up on the plant's growing conditions, blossoming period, and the curious origin of its name, all in this handy article. Get growing now!