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Thirty-Plus years in the making, Shade Garden
Solutions: 8 Essential Problems Solved for
Successful Shade Gardening
, is the result of
firsthand experience gardening on the same
Indiana hillside in Southern Indiana. This book
is packed with practical knowledge you can use
whether you are a beginner creating your first
shade garden, or experienced and looking for
a fresh perspective. Gene E. Bush does not
quote the work of others. He works to share
what he has gained over the years gardening,
photographing, writing and speaking on
successful shade gardening. 
 
____________________________________________________________________________________________ "Gardening and my garden became an experience to
share with others through the nursery and my career
in garden writing."
- Gene Bush

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Dicentra canadensis Price: $10.00
 

Dicentra canadensis     Native     Z 4 - 9     shade

[Squirrel corn]  Foliage is finely-divided and reaches only six to eight inches in height and spread.  Blooms are like white heart-shaped lockets on a line as each bloom hangs individually from short stalks on the main succulent-looking brittle stem.  Name comes from the small yellow tubers in clusters.

Transplant:   Squirrel corn should be planted very shallow in soil high in leaf mold and rich humus in shade.  Forms early-blooming colonies where it is happy.  Certainly looks good with Primula veris in my garden.

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