Planting Wild Flowers

Posted by Tammy Sons on 27th Jan 2016

By Tammy Sons

Sunday, February 20

WIld Flowers also known as perennial plants are becoming a favorite in upscale landscapes. Due to their rare colors and shapes, it makes them sought after. Wild Flowers and woody perennials both mostly shade loving plants. Bare Root wildflowers are cheap, easy to ship and are super hardy when your garden is prepared when you receive them.

Most favorite in the wildflower family is the Trillium.Trillium comes in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes.There is toad trillium, yellow trillium, white trillium, great white trillium, pink trillium, red trillium, and purple.They are the most sought-after species in Canada.

Another garden favorite in the wildflower family is the Blood Root.It has a very delicate snowy white bloom, and its root is used for medicine.A lot of herbaceous medical clinics boil bloodroot and then use the tea from it to cure gingivitis and fungus infections on the skin.The FDA strongly discourages its use.But the Native Indians used it for facial paint.The root bleeds a red blood-like substance.It was used as face paint.