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Dodecatheon cusickii Cusicks Shootingstar

RARE FIND Dodecatheon cusickii Cusick's shootingstar. A perennial herb with single, leafless flower stems, growing from short thick root stocks with no bulblets
Dodecatheon cusickii Cusicks Shootingstar

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Seeds from Dodecatheon cusickii Cusicks shootingstar. A perennial herb with single, leafless flower stems, growing from short thick root stocks with no bulblets. This native zone 5 to 8 perennial wildflower consists of a low rosette of leaves and a flowering stalk of flowers about a half to one and a half inches tall. The flowering stalk is hairless and have no leaves. The hot pink starshaped flowers hang downward are about three quarters inch long between April and August. They need plenty of moisture in spring, but can be quite dry during their summer dormancy.



Dodecatheon dentatum Dwarf White Shooting Star

RARE FIND Dodecatheon dentatum white Shooting Star or Dwarf Shooting Star. A shade loving perennial herb with single, leafless flower stems, growing from very short erect root stocks with no bulblets
Dodecatheon dentatum Dwarf White Shooting Star

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Dodecatheon dentatum white Shooting Star or Dwarf Shooting Star. A shade loving perennial herb with single, leafless flower stems, growing from very short erect root stocks with no bulblets. This native zone 5 to 8 perennial wildflower consists of leaf blades oval to egg shaped or sometimes heart shaped, toothed or wavy edged, on slender stalks as long as or longer than the blades 6 to 16 inches tall. The white starshaped flowers hang downward are about a quarter inch long with 1 to 2 purple dots at base between April and August. They need plenty of moisture in spring, but can be quite dry during their summer dormancy.



Dodecatheon meadia Shooting Star

Seeds of Dodecatheon meadia. Dodecatheon meadia has several common names including Shooting Star, Frenchs shootingstar, and Pride of Ohio Shootingstar. Seeds of Dodecatheon meadia. Dodecatheon meadia has several common names including Shooting Star, Frenchs shootingstar, and Pride of Ohio Shootingstar. Seeds of Dodecatheon meadia. Dodecatheon meadia has several common names including Shooting Star, Frenchs shootingstar, and Pride of Ohio Shootingstar.
Dodecatheon meadia Shooting Star

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Seeds from Dodecatheon meadia. Dodecatheon meadia has several common names including Shooting Star, Frenchs shootingstar, and Pride of Ohio Shootingstar. They range in color from almost white to magenta and have a fragrance similar to the odor of grape juice. They flower from approx. April 10 to May 10 with seed ready to be harvested in late June to early July. Shooting Stars have a basal rosette of lance shaped leaves and 1 to 4 sturdy, leafless, stems rising to 20 inches tall. Plant these wild Shooting Star plants in shady areas, wildflower garden, woodland garden, rock garden or naturalized area with other native wildflowers. Hardy in zones 3 to 9.



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