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Prosartes maculata

spotted mandarin

Spotted mandarin, another member of the lily family, is a great choice for moist shade. Once established, this plant will form clumps that, in spring, put out nodding whitish-yellow flowers with minutely speckled petals. With sleek, deep-green leaves on arching stem, this plant will bring beauty and textural contrast to any rich, loamy shade garden, all the while attracting low-riding spring pollinators.

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Height: 6-8 in
Spread: 6-12 in
Hardiness Zone: 4-8


Bloom Color: Yellow

Characteristics & Attributes

Cultivation Status
Species
Exposure
Part Shade
Soil Moisture
Average
Ecoregion
(59) Northeastern Coastal Zone
(84) Atlantic Coastal Pine Barrens
(82) Acadian Plains and Hills
(58) Northeastern Highlands
Not Ecotypic in New England
(83) Eastern Great Lakes Lowlands
Ornamental Interest
Summer Bloom
Attracts Wildlife
Attracts Bees
Other Pollinators/Wildlife
Additional Attributes
Low Maintenance
Landscape Use
Specimen


North American Distribution