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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.

Upon Receipt Of Your Plants

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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Squirrel Corn Plants are a spring ephemeral.

The Squirrel Corn plant, whose botanical name is Dicentra Canadensis, is usually grown for its beautiful flowers.

The plant dies back after its blooming period; It is dormant during the summer, fall, and winter seasons. The perennial is native to eastern North America and grows in forests and woodlands.

Besides its lovely blooms, this perennial is known for its unique shaped roots. At the roots’ end are yellow nodules that resemble corn on the cob.

 The flowers are heart shapes, similar to those of the bleeding heart. They are pinkish-white. The bloom is less than a half inch wide and about an inch long. The spring-blooming plant has a considerably short blooming season.

They start to bloom in April and end in May. The flowers’ stems are dark green, sometimes with a touch of brown, and point downwards. As the flowers begin to fade away, the leaves from the plant begin to take center stage.


Squirrel Corn Plants Thrives In Zones 4-9

 The triangular leaves can be green with a hint of blue or gray. The bottom of the leaves is light green. They can grow to be about ten inches in length. They tend to divide multiple times, creating a lace pattern much like the fern.

The surface of the leaves is smooth to the touch but has a waxy texture underneath. The plants grow to about a foot in height.


These plants are easy to grow and perform best if grown in hardiness zones 4 through 7. The plants prefer shady or partially shady locations. Their soil preference is well-drained, moist, rich soil.

It is essential to ensure that it does receive plenty of water during the spring when it is blooming and most active. Fertilizer can be added to the soil once a year if needed.


This plant makes a beautiful addition to any natural or woodland garden. It is the perfect plant for an ornamental garden. The plant will certainly add interest to any shade garden during the spring months.

It tends to grow slowly, making it a perfect choice for a border plant or ground cover. Due to its slow growth, it will not become a nuisance plant and encroach upon other plants or take up a lot of space. Even though it only blooms for a short period, it is a beautiful focal point for any spring garden.


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This perennial Plant - Dicentra canadensis. Squirrel Corn is a shade-dwelling, herbaceous perennial with hanging or erect, greenish-white, creamed colored, or pinkish-tinged heart-shaped flowers that bloom between April and May.

The average height of this high insect and a disease-resistant plant can range from 6 to 12 inches. The short stem, blue-grey, and smooth leaves give the foliage a fern-like appearance. The common name stems from the underground yellow clustered root system, which resembles corn kernels. It grows in both the wild and gardens as a fragrant ornamental addition to the landscape.

It is an Excellent Choice for Ornamental Plant Additions in your Garden

This wildflower is seen a lot growing in parks and other areas. The flowers of Squirrel Corn will be heart-shaped and a pale pink when in bloom. These wildflowers will look great in flower gardens and natural areas when growing.

This wildflower is used a lot as an ornamental plant for gardens.

This perennial is a small herbaceous plant native to the Woodlands of the eastern United States. You can find these plants growing in the moistest woodlands and bogs. This plant grows in dry soils and can be found in various spots along the Appalachian mountain range.

This perennial will go dormant for most of the year and will only appear in spring when it is time to bloom. The tubers for this plant are spread easily by small woodland rodents. This perennial is not for human consumption. 


It is often found growing in parks where they have extensive gardens. It also does excellent in average soils and grows well in moist soil conditions. Its blooms are heart-shaped and white. Squirrels and rabbits love squirrel corn.


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