Hepatica Plant – 3 Plants
Hepatica: One of Spring’s Earliest Blooming Woodland Plants
Hepatica (Hepatica acutiloba) is one of spring’s earliest blooming woodland plants. This wonderful periennial wildflower blooms at heights of 4-6 inches.
Hepatica blooms in a range of dramatic colors including white, lavender, and sometimes pink.
Hepatica works wonderfully in a traditional shade or rock gardens, and is often used in moss gardens.
It is a robust perennial offering hardiness even in northern regions. Hepatica prefers shaded areas and moist soil conditions.
Hepatica does not like to be transplanted after setting down its root system. It can be successfully divided shortly after the spring blooms appear or during early fall.