Porteranthus trifoliatus (Bowmans Root)

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Porteranthus trifoliatus (Bowmans Root)

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Formerly Gillenia; Light shade; moist but well-drained soil; loose panicles of white starry flowers 1” or so long on wiry stems and 3-part leaves that bronze in the fall; an attractive member of the rose family; most likely named after the mysterious botanist Frank Porter; for sunny wood edges and gardens; plants 2’-4’ tall; blooms June; zones 5-8; VA., WV. ecotypes.

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