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GRAB-n-GO Shopping

Watermark Woods will remain open during our regular hours, however we may ask you to wait in your car if we get too many customers. Regular hours can be found here: www.watermarkwoods.com If you would like to place a GRAB-n-GO order, email julie@watermarkwoods.com your list. You will receive an invoice which you can pay online. Grab-n-Go orders can be picked up ANY day of the week before 5pm. Below are some videos and photos to give you a virtual tour of what we have in stock. Inventory is also updated regularly at www.watermarkwoods.com/inventory Enjoy! Here is a link to the Youtube Channel with videos of our inventory: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1DALuMReiKVmJu-081q3MQ

Plant Profile: Mertensia virginica-Bluebells

Virginia Bluebells are perhaps the most widely recognized and beloved spring wildflower in our region. The profuse clusters of soft blue flowers catch the eye wherever they bloom, and when occurring in drifts are one of spring’s most spectacular floral displays. Plant in part to full shade where springtime moisture is reliable. Since the foliage dies back during summer heat, inter-plant with ferns or other hot season shade perennials for continuous cover.

Plant Profile: Cardamine concatenata-Cut-leaf Toothwort

Cardamine concatenata, or Cut-leaf Toothwort, formerly known as Dentaria laciniata, is a delicate-looking spring ephemeral of deciduous woodlands. The terminal clusters of white flowers play against the unique, whorled foliage of deeply divided, toothed leaves. Growing 8 to 12 inches tall, Cut-leaf Toothwort makes a delightful addition to the spring woodland or shade garden.

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