This wonderful little groundcover thrives in dappled woodlands. Adorable, understated yellow flowers appear from March-May, giving way to spiny seedheads over quite showy divided leaves. Spreads slowly by rhizomes to form low-growing clumps, and tolerates a variety of conditions, including drought, pollution and disturbed or poor soil. The flowers are visited by a number of small native bees very early in the spring, making it one of the earliest sources of nectar and pollen for pollinators!
Native Range: VT south to GA, west to OK, north to NE, WI and MI. Native in Canada in ON.
Germination - Easy: Cold stratify 8 weeks.
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