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Image of Galanthus nivalis photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Snowdrop)

Blooming very early in the year, this long-time garden favorite is a small bulbous perennial found from the Iberian Peninsula to Ukraine. Nodding from a slender arching stem ("pedicel") atop an ankle-high scape, the white, solitary, honey-scented flower has six petal-like segments in two whorls. In cold weather the flower closes, indeed resembling a drop of snow. As the air warms the three spoon-shaped outer segments draw back to reveal the three much smaller inner segments, which form a tube-like...

(Snowdrop)

Blooming very early in the year, common snowdrop is a small bulbous perennial found from the Iberian Peninsula to Ukraine. The heirloom cultivar 'Viridapice' is noted for its green-marked outer "petals." It was introduced in 1922.

Nodding from a slender arching stem ("pedicel") atop a relatively tall, shin-high scape, the white, solitary, honey-scented flower has six petal-like segments in two whorls. In cold weather the flower closes, indeed resembling a drop of snow. This snowdrop, however,...

(Snowdrop)

Double-flowered forms of common snowdrop have been known in gardens for at least 300 years, and are often found naturalized both within and outside its native range of Spain to Ukraine. All are small perennial bulbs that produce a single flower in winter or early spring.

Nodding from a slender arching stem ("pedicel") atop an erect ankle-high scape, the white, honey-scented flower has numerous petal-like segments in two whorls. The three to six outer segments are spoon-shaped. They surround a...

Image of Galanthus nivalis f. pleniflorus

Jesse Saylor

(Snowdrop)

A double form that has been known in gardens for at least 300 years, 'Flore Pleno' is often found naturalized both within and outside common snowdrop's native range of Spain to Ukraine. Like other common snowdrops, it is a small perennial bulb that produces a single flower in winter or early spring.

Nodding from a slender arching stem ("pedicel") atop an erect ankle-high scape, the white, honey-scented flower has numerous petal-like segments in two whorls. The three to five outer segments are...

Image of Gaultheria procumbens photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Eastern Teaberry, Spreading Wintergreen)

A close relative to blueberries and cranberries, spreading wintergreen is very hardy little evergreen, semi-woody groundcover adapted to the organic, acid soils of the forest floors of eastern North America. It is the source of the favorite chewing gum flavor, wintergreen, and its leaves offer the same cool taste if chewed.

This is a very low-growing plant that slowly creeps by rhizomes to form neat, non-aggressive mats of dark green, leathery, oval-shaped foliage. In winter, the leaves turn...

Image of Gaultheria procumbens

Syngenta

(Eastern Teaberry, Spreading Wintergreen)

A close relative to blueberries and cranberries, spreading wintergreen is very hardy little evergreen, semi-woody groundcover adapted to the organic, acid soils of the forest floors of eastern North America. It is the source of the favorite chewing gum flavor, wintergreen, and its leaves offer the same cool taste if chewed.

This is a very low-growing plant that slowly creeps by rhizomes to form neat, non-aggressive mats of dark green, leathery, oval-shaped foliage. In winter, the leaves turn...

Image of Gaultheria procumbens

James Burghardt

(Eastern Teaberry, Spreading Wintergreen)

A close relative to blueberries and cranberries, spreading wintergreen is very hardy little evergreen, semi-woody groundcover adapted to the organic, acid soils of the forest floors of eastern North America. It is the source of the favorite chewing gum flavor, wintergreen, and its leaves offer the same cool taste if chewed.

This is a very low-growing plant that slowly creeps by rhizomes to form neat, non-aggressive mats of dark green, leathery, oval-shaped foliage. In winter, the leaves turn...

Image of Gaultheria procumbens

Kieft-Pro-Seeds

(Eastern Teaberry, Spreading Wintergreen)

A close relative to blueberries and cranberries, spreading wintergreen is very hardy little evergreen, semi-woody groundcover adapted to the organic, acid soils of the forest floors of eastern North America. It is the source of the favorite chewing gum flavor, wintergreen, and its leaves offer the same cool taste if chewed.

This is a very low-growing plant that slowly creeps by rhizomes to form neat, non-aggressive mats of dark green, leathery, oval-shaped foliage. In winter, the leaves turn...

(Hybrid Cranesbill, Patricia Cranesbill)

In early summer, Patricia produces lots of vibrant magenta-pink flowers with black eyes. This hardy herbaceous perennial has a large, mounded, spreading habit. It is vigorous, easy to grow and one of the better tall cranesbill cultivars for general garden use. It was bred by the prolific Geranium hybridizer Alan Bremner and is a cross between Geranium endressii and G. psilostemon.

The fine-textured leaves of Patricia are medium green, palmate, deeply lobed and have...

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James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Cranesbill, Johnson's Blue' Geranium)

This old-fashioned hardy geranium is a garden classic. It forms large, branching mounds of finely textured leaves and produces cool blue-violet flowers from early to midsummer. It was first introduced around 1950 and has remained popular because it is pretty, vigorous and blooms for a long time.

The medium green leaves of this hardy perennial are fine-textured, palmate, acutely lobed and have toothed edges. In fall, they turn shades of yellow and red. From early to midsummer, 'Johnson's Blue'...