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The Sessile Leaf Bellwort plant was often used by the Native Americans. The plant was turned into a paste like substance and used to treat open wounds, boils and ulcers on the skin. It also helped with broken bones and also backaches and diarrhea. It was great for reducing swelling and sore muscles.
Sessile-Leaf Bellwort is beautiful when in bloom. They produce small flowers that appear to resemble small bells. They are usually white or a creamy white in color. They resemble grass growing when plants start. These plants grow best when planted in moist and well-drained soils and also in partially shaded areas. The can grow to be four to twelve inches tall and do great in zones three through eight. This plant blooms during the months of April and June and is also called Uvularia Sessilifolia. It is also known as Straw Lily and Wild Oats.