Small herbaceous plant. Basal leaves with 3 leaflets notched like hearts. Flowers are solitaire with 5 white to pinkish petals displaying purple pencil-sized veins and a yellow center.
Moist and partially shady coniferous forests and streambanks.
The leaves occasionally fold themselves down like umbrellas. Wood sorrel creates a lovely ground cover. The flowers and leaves are edible.
Lat: 47.47, Long: -123.85
Spotted on Jun 12, 2012
Submitted on Jun 22, 2012