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Virginia Spring Beauty

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Virginia Spring Beauty - Claytonia virginica

If you are looking for a great flower for your garden, the Virginia Spring beauty, Claytonia virginica, may be the plant for you. It is a beautiful white flower with darkish pink stripes. Many of these flowers are clustered into a loose bunch. This can be a great way to fill up a gap or other space in your garden that some flowers would not be able to fit in. The Spring beauty is an attractive spring perennial that can quickly grow in large patches if you want it to be the center point of a garden.
In its natural habitat, this spring perennial grows in huge patches underground. The root of this flower was even eaten during colonial times. It was essential for the survival of colonialists during harsh winters where other food was scarce. It is recommended to grow this flower in partly shady places. Rich soils that are usually moist are also ideal growing areas for these flowers. However, the Virginia Spring beauty is a flower that can tolerate growing in most varieties of soil. If you want to improve your local bee population, the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation has listed this flower as one that creates significant value for native bees.

To propagate the Virginia Spring Beauty, you will use corms or seeds.

Once the seeds ripen, you need to make sure you sow them right away. These seeds will usually mature early in the summer. At most nurseries, you will be able to find the seeds or corms you need to grow this flower. If you are looking to cover a hill, accent a walkway, or add some color and coverage to your garden, the Virginia Spring beauty might be the plant for you. Head down to your nearest nursery to get more information about this flower and to see if there might be a Virginia Spring beauty in bloom for you to see for yourself.

Virginia Spring Beauty is hardy in USDA zones 4-9.


The Virginia Spring Beauty is shipped bare root.


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4.0 Based on 5 reviews
  • 3
    Received a stone by mistake

    Sep 30, 2022 Reviewer: K

    Ordered 8 spring beauty corms and received one stone by mistake. When I contacted Native Wildflowers they refunded me the price of the one corm. Can't comment on the quality of what I received and planted - hopefully they will come up in the spring.

  • 5
    Spring Beauty

    Apr 12, 2022 Reviewer: Richard Bak

    Received small "bulbs" and planted outside. I'm optimistic.

  • 5
    Virginia Spring Beauty

    Mar 31, 2022 Reviewer: Elke Matthaeus

    Very strong roots with some of them already sprouting. Looking forward to see their bloom

  • 3
    Spring Beauties

    Apr 14, 2021 Reviewer: GLEN EVANS

    Arrived on time and in excellent condition; now to wait for them to bloom

  • 5
    Healthy Bulbs

    Feb 29, 2020 Reviewer: Customer

    These Virginia Spirng Beauty are wonderful healthy bulbs and they are the cutest little flowers. Such a unique addition to my yard.

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