A large variety of North American species actually perform better if the whole plant is transplanted from a container in the spring rather than bare root in the fall. Laura Eisener highlights some of the beautiful native plants that grow from bulbs, corms, rhizomes, and tubers, including spring and summer blooming species. These hardy, long-lasting perennials make delightful additions to your sun or shade garden. The Tuesday, October 5 classÂ (from 7 – 9) is co sponsored by the New England Wild Flower Society and by Mass Audubon Drumlin Farm, and the fee to participate is $22 for members of either group, or $26 for non members. To register, log on to www.newfs.org.