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Hepatica nobilis

$9.95

New to ship.  Native
Hepatica nobilis  Also know as Liverleaf/Liverwort.  One of the first surprises to bloom in the early spring here.  The leaves appear after blooming.  Blooms are med-light true blue to soft pink.  Leaves stay through the winter. These leaves are up to 3″ long and across; they have slender petioles up to 6″ long.  All varieties have leafs that are palmately divided into 3 lobes; the lobes are oval-ovate and approximately the same size. The smooth upper surface of each leaf can be green, brownish green, reddish brown, or contain patches of the preceding colors; usually, the upper surface is more green during the summer, but become reddish brown during the later summer to winter.   Zone 4 

Shade to part shade Deer resistant
Blooms early spring
Height: 15cm(6″)

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