Bell Wort Plant

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  • Bell Wort Plant

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We dig fresh our plants and ship immediately. We ship US Mail, Priority shipping. You will receive a tracking number once your plants ship. All plants will be fine in their packages for up to 3 days after receiving.

How We Protect Your Plants For Transit

We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This is superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.

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Open your plants and inspect the same day received. We offer 3 days to report any problems with your order. Bare root plants need to be planted within 2-3 days of receiving unless weather-related problems prohibit planting. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water for the first week daily after planting.

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Bellwort (Uvularia) 

This plant is a merry little addition to any garden area. It's sometimes referred to as Merry Bells. Bellwort can be found most commonly in the northeast United States.

It's a perennial groundcover that will come back each year, bloom in warm months, and fall back in cooler months. Behaving as a ground cover, Bellwort is virtually maintenance-free. It doesn't need to be trimmed back.

You can expect one plant will grow up to 24 inches tall, and it may spread as wide as 18 inches. Make sure that you leave them plenty of room when you plant. They'll fill in the gaps quickly. 


Bellwort Prefers Zones 4-9

 Bellwort is considered to be a hardy plant that can thrive almost anywhere. It does best in a shady area and appreciates a good amount of water, as well.

Provide them a good quality organic compost, and they will thrive. If you are planting a pollinator-friendly garden, this is an attractive choice. They are a favorite of honeybees and are one of the first flowers to bloom each spring.

Treat your bees to the merry little bells of the Bellwort and watch the show. 


Plant It Near the Shady Corners and Edges

 This plant won't enjoy too much sunlight. It's better suited to the shaded spaces at the edges and dark corners of your yard spaces.

Plant these happy tiny flowers where they can thrive, give them plenty of water, and then let them do their thing. They don't require much work as long as you provide good compost, shade, and water. 

It's considered a magical plant with healing properties; it's a favorite of the fairy folk. No matter why you wish to plant it in your yard, you're sure to enjoy the activity that seems to always be merry around these merry bells.

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Bell Wort Plant is also known as Mary Bells

 The Bell Wort Plant, also called Mary Bells, gets bell-shaped flowers. They were climbing on green vines, getting to be almost 2 feet tall and 18 inches wide. In the early spring, the plant develops bright yellow, bell-shaped flowers. 

 And from a landscaping point of view, the taller the plants get, the more they tend to lean upon one another, making a charming look against fences or near brick walls. 

 Bell Wort Plants are native to the Northeastern part of the US, but they will grow in zones 4 through 9 with equal joy.

 While many similar plants seem to die down quickly after they bloom, Bell Wort Plants may bloom in May or early June but retain their flowers for the entire summer.


 Bell Wort Plants need rich, moist soil

 Bell Wort Plants need rich, moist soil, but it cannot be too boggy. 

 Bell Wort Plants prefer shade, so plant yours underneath other plants or in areas with plenty of shade to protect them. Also, be sure that the soil they are being grown in is organically rich. 

 Typically you want to have around 1 inch or more space between each plant.


 You will want to buy the Bell Wort Plants from a nursery as it is challenging to propagate Bell Wort Plants from seeds.

 One note of caution is that deer love and are very attracted to these tender flower morsels, so you may want to select something else if you are in an area with many deer. 

 You can plant Bell Wort Plant in both the spring and the fall, but if you plant in the fall, they may bloom in the spring, whereas if you plant in the spring, you'll need to wait a year to see the blooms.

 Expect to see many pollinators in your yard if you plant these lovely blooms, like bees, hummingbirds, and butterflies alike love them.


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