Delightful wildflowers native to eastern and central North America. Grown for their hand- some foliage and bell-shaped yellow blooms. Easy to grow in shady places with rich, moist, acid soil. Plants grow about 1 feet wide and spread by rhizomes to form colonies; propagate by division. Good companions to hostas and ferns.
- To 212 feet tall.
- Upright, leafy stems, somewhat reminiscent of Solomon's seal (Polygonatum), hold downward-pointing, medium green, narrowly oval and pointed leaves to 5 inches long.
- In spring, bright yellow, 2 inches-long, narrowly bell-shaped flowers with twisted petals hang from upper leaf axils.
- To 2 feet tall, with narrow, oval, pointed blue-green leaves to 4 inches long.
- Leaf bases encircle the stems.
- Pale yellow bells are 112 inches long.
- Dainty, charming plant to 112 feet tall.
- Wiry stems carry stalkless, lance-shaped leaves to 3 inches long.
- Nodding yellow flowers to 112 inches long appear at stem ends in spring.
- Cobblewood Gold has gold-edged green leaves; 'Variegata' has foliage edged in white.