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UvulariaMerrybells (part shade to shade)
grandiflora: to 18", Merrybells begins blooming almost as soon as its stems begin to grow in spring. It bears dangling, soft-yellow flowers that resemble slender bells. Each flower has thin flower petals that twist and flare outward slightly. The flowers are about an inch long and have a sweet fragrance. Merrybells emerges from the ground in early spring with soft stems that weep downward at the top. The stems begin branching about half way up and somewhat resemble Solomon's seal stems. They grow to nearly a foot and a half tall and gradually harden and straighten up as they mature. By mid summer, the plant has assumed a vase shape. A live plant in a one-quart pot - $12 each of 3 for $34.20 - You save $1.80! (Nursery-propagated, not wild-collected)

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Good wildflower companions to merrybells:


Yellow lady's slipper orchid


Woodland phlox 'Clouds of Perfume'


Crested iris

Supplies to use with merrybells:

Electra Plant Food

Electra Bloom Booster

Mud gloves


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