The droopy, yellow flowers of Large Flowered Bellwort bloom in early spring.

Large Flowered Bellwort

Uvularia grandiflora

Large Flowered Bellwort is a clump forming perennial. It is easily grown in humus -rich, well drained soil in shady woodland gardens.

Habitat: Rich, deciduous woods. Grows best in moist, well drained soil in shady areas.

Blooms: Yellow flowers in early spring

Height: 12-18 in

Light: Shade to part shade.

Moisture: Moist but not wet

Soil: Loam, humus rich

Companions: Pairs well with other woodland plants such as Trilliums, Solomons Seal and ferns. The leaves stay green through most of the summer.

Propagation: Seeds sown immediately after ripening or divide clumps in spring/fall.

Wildlife Value: Early food source for native pollinators including bumblebees.

Large Flowered Bellwort is a well-behaved clump forming perennial. Divide clumps in spring or fall.

Large Flowered Bellwort with Trilliums - A winning combination in the spring garden!