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Sanguinaria canadensis

  • Pot size: 7cm
  • Plant size: 15cm (6in)
  • Growing condition: Partial - full shade
  • Flowering season: April to April

The base species. Ephemeral cup shaped white flowers followed by attractive foliage. Excellent for growing in a damp, shaded spot in a rock garden, wild or woodland garden. The rhizomes exude red sap when cut, hence its common name, Bloodroot.

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