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Light shade or spring woodland sun, moderately wet to moderately dry moisture level, best in humusy fertile or light sandy soils but tolerates clay, slightly acid to neutral pH. 8-18 inches height, blooms in spring, white/pink flowers.
Germination Code: C(21), D, G Slow and difficult to grow from seed.
Native Region: Middle and East Tennessee
Showy flowers, charming spring ephemeral that goes dormant in summer. One of the easier to grow of the spring ephemeral wildflowers.