Veratrum virginicum (Virginia Bunchflower)

Veratrum virginicum - The thick stems can bring it to heights of 5'.  It makes a stunning addition to a garden or formal planting with its large clusters of flowers in June and July. The flowers are white to cream in color, but as the weeks pass the flowers turn green then maroon and finally blackish in color adding fall interest to your garden or prairie. Family: Liliaceae

Veratrum virginicum (Virginia Bunchflower) 1

Author : Lynne Harrison
Photo # : 30917
Online since: February 8th 2019


File size : 6.71 MB
Width : 2850 Pixels
Height : 3000 Pixels
Price : USD 50,00 $


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Width : 950 Pixels
Height : 1000 Pixels
Price : USD 20,00 $

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