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Broad White Edge, Vigorous Plant Available as Bare Root PETASITES 'GOLDEN PALMS' Petasites frigidus var. palmatus 'Golden Palms' (Pavlich) A wild sport collected at 1500' in the Northwest by Chuck Pavlich. Shimmering metallic golden "palms", which can grow to almost 3 feet wide, arise in early spring proceeded by cream colored male flower spikes from February to April. Thrives in moist conditions. Requires shade in southern climes and needs sun elsewhere for best color. This is a spreader. Offered as bare root only. Z 6-10 ˜  D 24/24/15 Podophyllum 'Spotty Dotty' PP17361 This brilliant hybrid of several Asian Mayapples boasts large, vigorous, lobed umbrella-like leaves. New leaves are chartreuse with dramatic chocolate-brown spotting. In summer, the leaves are green with lightly spotted areas. Large garnet red flowers are found under the leaves in clusters of 5 or more. 'Spotty Dotty' was selected for its coloring, frost tolerance, vigor, and rhizomatous habit. All Podophyllum prefer shade and cool, moist, organic soils. Protect from hard frosts in spring. Avoid drought stress. Z 6-9  š D 18/24/17 POLYGONATUM 'DOUBLE STUFF' Polygonatum odoratum var. pluriflorum 'Double Stuff' PP19624 (Lamack) This Variegated Solomon's Seal has double the white margin making a classic beauty for the woodland or shade garden. Each arching red stem carries large leaves with broad white margins and green centers. The white flowers dangle below the leaves in spring. A clean and elegant, eye-catching plant. NOTE: SOLD BARE ROOT ONLY. Z 3-8  š R - D 26/16/20 Won First Prize, 2011, Keukenhof, Holland PODOPHYLLUM 'SPOTTY DOTTY' ˜ = Full Sun  = Partial Shade š = Shade x/x/x = Foliage Ht./Foliage Spread/Flowering Ht. in inches R = Fragrant - = Cut Flower ® = Butterfly y = Hummingbird i = House Plant D = Deer Resistant J = Drought Tolerant f = Winter Color 129