Uvularia grandiflora BELLWORT Diminutive in form, this delightful native is easily overlooked in the woodland garden (barring any headlocks from Allan Armitage). Like other woodland Liliaceae, leaves fork out from arching stems forming pendant, fragrant, soft yellow flowers in spring. Berries in late spring sit charmingly on the foliage. Can be used as a ground cover under deciduous trees, fertilizing in spring will help push this slow spreader along. Prefers the moist woodland soils of North American deciduous forests.