More Information About Uvularia
Uvularia are cute little woodland natives that have been overlooked during the "bigger-is-better" gardening fad. With gardens becoming smaller, along with the "back to nature" movement, folks are rediscovering uvularia. The genus uvularia is a delightful member of the lily family. Uvularia are woodland natives that are great blending plants to mix with ferns and hostas during their primary floral show in early spring.
Uvularia are commonly grouped together with disporum, disporopsis, and polygonatum for their similarity of form and function in the perennial garden. Uvularia are small perennial plants with dangling white or yellow flowers in spring. Uvularia are quite adaptable to both moist and dry conditions in the woodland garden. Unlike its relatives, uvularia is an ephemeral plant that is active in spring but goes dormant in summer. When you are ready to buy uvularia for your woodland perennial garden, we hope you'll check out our online offering of uvularia for sale.