An herb of moist forests, found most frequently alongside streams. Showy flower clusters bloom in spring above the foliage. Spectacular massed as a flowering ground cover.
Leaves are often mottled with attractive “watermarks” during spring, which fade as the foliage matures. An excellent spring wildflower for native bees and bumblebees.
Height: <1′ Blooms: May
Habitat: Moist shade, usually along watercourses. Intolerant of full sun or excessively dry soils.