Bloodroot — The Natural Web

In spite of the weather whiplash we’ve experienced since late February, spring wildflowers are slowly, cautiously beginning to emerge and bloom. One of the first spring blossoms I saw this season was Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis). The sight of this stunning white blossom holding its face up to the sun was especially welcome after a snowy, […]

via Bloodroot — The Natural Web

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