Dentaria diphylla Michx.
|Habitat||Forest, rich soil|
|Cycle||Annual to Perennial|
|Flower||Flowers form at the tip of a stem in a loose, open cluster of 4-petaled flowers.|
|Leaf||There are generally only 2 leaves just above the center of the plant and nearly opposite. Each is divided into 3 broad leaflets that are up to 1″ across and coarsely toothed.|
|Notes||The stem is smooth and unbranched. Colonies of these plants are common.|