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Perennials, Grasses & Roses

PODOPHYLLUM peltatum
Common Name: Mayapple

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Plant Type: Perennials, Grasses & Roses
Zone: 3 Foliage: Green
Height: 12-24" Fall Foliage:
Width / Spread: 6-12" Flower: White
Habit: Upright Flower Season: Early Spring
Sun Requirements: Partial/Shade Fruit: Gold
Uses: Woodland Planting


Tolerance: Drought Tolerant


Description:
Smooth, rounded, pale green, palmate leaves have deeply cut lobes. White flowers bloom early spring giving way to a mayapple which turns golden-yellow when ripe. Fruits that have fully ripened can be used to make jellies. Only stems with more than one leaf will flower. NATIVE

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