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Sharp-lobed Hepatica

Hepatica acutiloba


Identified by its three lobed, pointed leaves with green mottled leaves. In spring it will send up small white and light purple flowers on single stalks.


Found growing in a damp lowland in a shady deciduous forest among fairly thick leaf litter.

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1 Comment

tiffanypr 8 years ago

Thanks for adding to the wi wildflower mission!

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Wisconsin, USA

Spotted on Feb 24, 2012
Submitted on Feb 24, 2012

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