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emch

Gardening in mostly deep shade in Zone 6. My passion is adding more native plants to my landscape & clearing out the foreign invasives.

Polygonatum multiflorum

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emch

Just wanted to share a video to watch for #foliagefriday : https://www.reddit.com/r/oddlysatisfying/comments/v4f61b/taking_the_packaging_off_of_this_fern/?utm_medium=android_app&utm_source=share

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emch

In full bloom at the moment #midwesternnative #shadelover #beemagnet

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philstalder

That’s so cool. Never heard of it 🤩

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cheriej

Love Solomon’s Seal!! What a great bloom you are having!!😍😍😍

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heatherdirtyhands

He has little dingle berries

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emch

#newgrowth #midwesternnative

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emch

#newgrowth #midwesternnative #beemagnet

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emch

When these little green-edged flowers open they will be a serious #beemagnet #midwesternnative

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philstalder

Love the foliage too. 👍🤩

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emch

@philstalder everyone who sees them asks what "those arching things are." They are very striking...

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cindi47

@emch.....i love these soooo much,i jus saw mine up just today n was so excited,as i been sooo busy n looked where they were,a wk ago n nothin,i was so afraid they died...eeeeek!

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emch

@cindi47 I know EXACTLY how that feels. But this particular plant is incredible. This photo is of an extra piece I slung down the hill 5 years ago, expecting it to become compost. It cheerfully took root and is now the first to bloom every year LOL. There's the advantage of raising plants native to your area. They just settle right in...

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