Woodland Wildflowers - Jewels of the Forest
William Cullina, Director of Horticultural Research at the New England Wildflower Society.
Also a nationally renowned speaker, writer, and expert on native plants.
Our woodland wildflowers are both captivating and mysterious, loved and misunderstood. There are no plants more beautiful than Lady-slippers, Oconee bells, trilliums, bloodroot, and hepatica, yet these slow-growing plants are far too rare in gardens. What is it that makes these plants so special, and especially fragile, and how can we establish some in our own gardens?