Our shopping cart has been removed as the pre-ordering option has ceased until it returns once the site has been updated for season #26 - 2023. Likely return around Feb for a limited time. We have big plans to dig some of the stock beds for next year to keep our pricing as low as possible with all the increases in plants, pro mix, pots, etc.
Hepatica acutiloba Also know as Sharp-Lobed Liverleaf. This herbaceous perennial plant blooms first then the tufts of basal leaves develop. Usually white, the blossoms may also be pale pink or pale lavender-purple. Leaves stay through the winter. These leaves are up to 3″ long and across; they have slender petioles up to 6″ long. Each leaf is 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 winter. Zone 4
Shade to part shade Deer resistant
Blooms late spring