These dainty plants remind me of a cross between trillium and wood anemone. The flowers pop up very early, many of them in white rather than the expected lavender. Flowers disappear in April leaving behind attractive, bright green waxy leaves. Great for areas next to footpaths and at woodland garden borders.
Hi! I'm Lorie and I wrangle plants in a muddy, feral shade garden in the Pacific Northwest. I built this site to serve as a gardening journal and quasi-accurate record of planting successes and failures. My goal is to help "future me" be a better gardener. I hope what I've learned along the way can be useful to you too. Thanks for visiting!