Delicate white petals with yellow stamens; blooms last only a few days, but large colonies will see a longer bloom time.
Rock Ledge Trail
Use massings of this early spring wildflower as a deciduous groundcover. It is a great addition to a woodland home garden that has gritty soil and dappled shade. It is native to the Ozark and Ouachita Mountain counties.
Used as an early source of nectar.
The bluish-green leaves are rounded and notched at the top with two large lobes at the base.