Collector set of 12 Native Orchids (4 each of 3 species)

•Aplectrum hyemale •Goodyera pubescens •Tipularia discolor add to wishlist

Plant types and subtypes: SALE, Perennials, Ground Orchids

Goodyera pubescens (downy rattlesnake plantain)
  • Goodyera pubescens (downy rattlesnake plantain)
  • Tipularia discolor (crippled cranefly)
  • Aplectrum hyemale (Adam and Eve)

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Description

Collector set of 12 Native Orchids (4 each of 3 species)

Also known as:

•Aplectrum hyemale •Goodyera pubescens •Tipularia discolor

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nodding lady's tresses

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Adam and Eve

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crippled cranefly

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downy rattlesnake plantain

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Description

Tipularia discolor (crippled cranefly)

It’s distinctive leaf, with raised purple spots, emerges in fall and provides winter interest. Flowers develop on the entire length of a solitary 2’ stalk, in early summer. Best grown in open shade, and moist soil rich in loam or decaying wood matter.

Goodyera pubescens (downy rattlesnake plantain)

A species with striking, white-veined evergreen basal foliage. 8” to 16” tall spikes emerge mid to late summer, and are densely covered with white, snapdragon-like flowers. Best grown in open shade, and moist soil rich, in organic material.

Aplectrum hyemale (Adam and Eve)

Solitary plaited, blue-green, pin-striped leaves emerge in fall and persist throughout winter. 8 to 10 flowers appear on the upper part of a solitary stalk, in early summer. Best grown in open shade, and moist to wet soil, rich in decaying leaf litter.

Native Range & Classification

Recorded County Distribution: USDA data

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Species Collector set of 12 Native Orchids (4 each of 3 species) •Aplectrum hyemale •Goodyera pubescens •Tipularia discolor