A woodland classic–Virginia Bluebells looks incredible when blanketing a shady garden in spring. The variation of blue, purple, and pink flowers is like cotton candy for the eyes. Goes dormant after blooming, giving other shady plants a chance to stand out.
Sun: Shade, Part Shade
Moisture: Medium, Medium-Wet
Height: 2 feet
Blooms: April, May
Since the leaves of Virginia Blue Bells dry up and go dormant in the summer, plant other spring or summer plants in the same area to fill the gaps.