The only sedum pecies that will grow in shade, which is it's natural habitat. Sedum ternatum is the most widespread native Sedum species in eastern North America, commonly known as woodland
Silene regia, the royal catchfly, is a central to eastern US native wildflower which occurs in drier or rocky soils in open woods, wood margins and prairies. It...Read More
Silphium laciniatum, the compass plant, is a native perennial which occurs in prairies, wood edges and glades. It is a tall, sturdy, rough, bristly plant...Read More
Silphium perfoliatum var. connatum (L.) Cronq., is characterized by hairy stems with sessile leaves, and it occurs in scattered stations in the mountains and the adjacent...Read More
Smilacina racemosa (Treacleberry, False Solomon's Seal, Solomon's plume or False Spikenard) is native to the woodlands of eastern North America.
Solidago caesia, commonly called blue-stemmed goldenrod or wreath goldenrod, is a native woodland perennial which occurs in forests,...Read More
Sorghastrum nutans, commonly called Indian grass, is a warm season native perennial grass which typically occurs in prairies, glades and open woods. It was one of...Read More
Spigelia marilandica, commonly called Indian pink, is a clump-forming, native perennial which occurs in moist woods and streambanks in the southeastern...Read More
Spiranthes cernua, commonly called Nodding Ladies' Tresses, is widely distributed along the Eastern Coastal Plain and southern Appalachian Mountains, to the...Read More
Sporobolus heterolepis, called prairie dropseed, is a clump-forming, warm season, native perennial grass which typically occurs in prairies, glades, open ground...Read More
Stenanthium gramineum exhibits large, pyramidal panicles of small, white, nodding flowers on a stem rising from a basal rosette of folded, grass-like leaves. It can...Read More
These large flowered members of the poppy family will provide rafts of beautiful yellow color throughout your woods, They reseed nicely and are relatively deer resistant! This is not...Read More
The bright yellow flowers of southern, or Carolina lupine are an elegant sight in the late spring and early summer. While native to the mountains of...Read More
Tiarella cordifolia has a scaly horizontal rhizome and seasonal runners. The leaves are 5–10 cm (2–4 in) long, basal,...Read More
Tradescantia ohioensis (Ohio spiderwort) is native to the eastern and midwestern United States.
This species of spiderwort is a clump-forming...Read More
Trillium grandiflorum, commonly known as great white trillium or wood lily, is a simple, graceful perennial that is one of the most familiar and beloved...Read More
Trillium sessile (Toadshade or Sessile Trillium) is a perennial spring wildflower native to the central part of the eastern United States and the Ozarks...Read More
Large-flowered bellwort (Uvularia grandiflora) is native to eastern North America. It blooms in May, producing large yellow flowers.
The smooth slender stem of Uvularia perfoliata is 15 to 50 centimeters tall, and forked above the middle. The leaves are obovate, 4 to 12 centimeters long and 1.5 to 4...Read More
Veratrum viride, known as Indian poke, corn-lily, Indian hellebore, false hellebore, green false hellebore, or giant false-helleborine, is a native to eastern and western...Read More