Fantastic burgundy & green hoods up to 6 tall shelter the flowers as early as February (!), our earliest spring wildflower they produce heat which melts snow & attracts pollinators of all kinds, attracts bees (great warmth & pollen stop for early season foraging honeybees), huge rounded leaves (up to 2) unfurl in mid-spring, despite the name this plant only stinks if either stick your nose right up to a flower or if you break the sturdy midvein in one of the leaves, great moist woodland groundcover. Note: mature plants have truly enormous root systems, our plants are young an ideal size to establish in the garden.
Plant Hardiness Zones: 3a-7b
Native Range: NS & PEI, west through s. ON to MN, south to NC
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