Toothwort – Cutleaf

Cardamine concatenata

Family Mustard (Brassicaceae)
Bloom Spring
Habitat Dry deciduous forest
Status Native
Cycle Perennial
Height 8-10″
Flower Flowers are small clusters of 3-12 white flowers each with 4 petals.
Leaf Leaves are a whorl of 3-lobed leaves, each has 3 main lobes with coarse teeth.
Notes Found in the early spring flowering before the leaves come out on the trees. It grows in small patches in deciduous woods.


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