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Eastern Spring Beauty

Claytonia virginica


Spring Beauty is a small delicate pink and white woodland wildflower. It spreads through underground roots and is considered a perennial. The roots are tuber like (and apparently taste like potatoes when boiled - I haven't tried it).


This plant likes the wooded areas. It can do well in a variety of soil types but prefers moist to wet areas with rich loamy soil with plenty of organic matter and dappled sunlight.

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Spotted on Apr 28, 2020
Submitted on Apr 28, 2020

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