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Here's a rare and stunning lovely from the woodlands: Mitella. Also goes by Bishop's Cap, or Miterwort, aren't those great names? Tiny with frilly blossoms that bloom in May. Now it's up to you to write in this journal how that inspires you. Or maybe it's a wonderful planner that you're after. Here you are.
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The guide contains information and pictures to help you identify and grow nearly 500 different genera of plants from seeds and bulbs in your GardenSolanaceae (Potato Family)Sarraceniaceae (Pitcher-plant Family)Urticaceae (Nettle Family)Native: Northern AmericaSpring, summer
Menispermaceae (Moonseed Family)5 petals joined into a bellFor info on subjects other than plant identification (gardening, invasive species control, edible plants, etc.), please check the links and invasive species pages for additional resourcesSpacing 5 to 10 inches (12 to 20 cm)Cuscutaceae (Dodder Family)Have you seen this plant in Minnesota, or have any other comments about it?Krameriaceae (Ratany Family)
GreenRafflesiaceae (Stemsucker Family)Stems are multiple from the base and densely covered in short hairsThe calyx and flower stalks are covered in short, glandular hairsLygodiaceae (Climbing Fern Family)Plant Info Also known as: Small Bishop's Cap Genus:Mitella Family:Saxifragaceae (Saxifrage) Life cycle:perennial Origin:native Habitat:shade; cedar swamps, cool sphagnum bogs, damp mossy woods Bloom season:April - June Plant height:3 to 8 inches Wetland Indicator Status:GP: OBL MW: FACW NCNE: FACW MN county distribution (click map to enlarge): National distribution (click map to enlarge): Cistaceae (Rock-Rose Family)
Plants spread by rhizomes through the mossy surface and can form large clumps scattered aboutHow to Grow Mitella Miterwort is usually grown from runners, these can be planted in the autumn or spring approximately 10 to 25 cm apartSome of the common names for Mitella include Miterwort and Bishop's CapConvolvulaceae (Morning-Glory Family)Diapensiaceae (Pincushion-Plant Family)(Green Mitrewort) Saxifragaceae (Saxifrage Family) Montane, subalpinePick an image for a larger viewGrows in bogs, wet places in shady woodlands, at high elevationsMinute seed cups hold even more minute seeds
Ryman Creek Trail, June 16, 2005Aristolochiaceae (Birthwort Family)Chrysobalanaceae (Cocoa-Plum Family)Crassulaceae (Stonecrop Family)5 symmetrical petals (ovary inferior)Caprifoliaceae (Honeysuckle Family)Scheuchzeriaceae (Rannoch-Rush Family)Aquifoliaceae (Holly Family)Upper Calico Trail, July 12, 2004 48a4f088c3