Exposure: Full Sun - Partial Sun Soil: Medium Dry - Dry Height: 4 Inches Blooms: April-May
Description: Violet Wood Sorrel is a low-lying, shy native with small, bell-shaped violet flowers that become white with greenish lines near the blossom’s throat. Leaves and blossoms both open up to the sun, the latter exposing bright yellow anthers, and then fold with shade. Three oval-heart leaflets comprise each leaf. Native bees love this plant, which prefers well-drained soils. It will spread readily from bulb offshoots that form small colonies in a short amount of time.
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