Sanguinaria canadensis (Bloodroot)

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Sanguinaria canadensis (Bloodroot)

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This little spring flower is often one of the first to bloom. flowers can appear as early as March through April. Flowers are white (sometimes tinged with pink) with a bright yellow center and attract early flying bees and other pollinators. The flowers are followed by the foliage which is a single deeply lobed leaf. Over time the plant will creep to form a patch. Leaves are persistent through summer though they will decline in dry weather and may go dormant by late summer. 6-10 inches tall. Zone 3-8. WV ecotype.

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