A spring ephemeral that pops up, delights us with its semi-double white blossoms that are about 1″ across in April or May, and then fades into the background. It is rhizomatous and slowly spreads. Height is about 6″ and spreads to about 12″.
Pronunciation: uh-NEM-oh-nee nem-or-OH-suh
Species Meaning: Of the woods
As the name implies, it is a woodland plant and can thus take a fair amount of shade. It is drought tolerant once established.
In Our Garden
Plant ID: P19079
Found in Upper Woodland,
Close to the main pathway.
We acquired this plant from Joy Creek.