This Washington native plant is a perfect perennial groundcover for moist, shady areas. It spreads by rhizomes underground and is easily propagated by division. Divide when the first new growth begins to emerge in spring, using a shovel to loosen the roots. Separate by hand into clumps containing three to five new growth shoots. Replant and water well. You can also save seeds and direct sow outdoors in late winter or early spring. Share with your friends!
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