Claytonia spring beauty is a perennial wildflower native to much of the Midwest. It was named for John Clayton, an 18th century American botanist. These pretty flowers are found in woodlands but can also be grown in the garden. Learn more in this article.
Everything old is new again, and edible landscaping is an example of this adage. If you are searching for a ground cover to incorporate into the landscape, look no farther than Claytonia miner?s lettuce. Click here to learn more.
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