Queen Cup (Clintonia uniflora)

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Queen Cup (Clintonia uniflora)

4.50

Extremely Limited Quantity!

Also known as Bride’s Bonnet or Bead Lily, this species are commonly found in shady moist forests. Typically one (but as many as 3) pristine white flowers arise from a rosette of 2-3 leaves. Each bloom is replaced by a berry of startling blue, a curious sight to come upon in the woods if one is unfamiliar with this plant. These spread by rhizome, in time forming an attractive groundcover. Sow in fall or refrigerate to 2-3 months for best results. Germination may take up to a year and plants will take a few years to flower.

Provenance: Jefferson Co., Washington

Family: Liliaceae

Bloom: Mid Summer

Height: 2-6”

Difficulty: Advanced

$4.50 Packet: .25 Grams or approximately 40 seeds

Image “Queens Cup” by Walter Siegmund is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0

Image 2 “Queen’s Cup” by Walter Siegmund is licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0

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