Valeriana pauciflora

Submitted by nargs on Mon, 04/08/2013 - 14:02
Valeriana pauciflora is a relatively unknown woodland plant native to the Ohio River valley and a few spots along the Lower Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania. It is easy to grow in the garden and makes a nice addition to the woodland garden where it blooms after the main flush of spring flowering is past. Here in Eastern Pennsylvania it blooms in mid June. Garden Photo by Mike Slater