"This species is somewhat uncommon and is found in wet and mesic woodlands. It has small, delicate white flowers that cannot help but bring up images of falling snow. The foliage, which is heart shaped and scalloped, is semi-evergreen and extremely aesthetically pleasing. It associates with Anemone uinquefolia, Carex gracillima, and Geranium maculatum. The flowers are pollinated by Syrphid flies and small short-tongued bees (including Halictid bees and Little Carpenter bees).
Soil Type: Loam/Sand
Soil Conditions: Wet Mesic-Dry Mesic
Flower Color: White
Credits: Info courtesy of Pizzo Native Nursery and IllinoisWildflowers.Info; Photo courtesy of Julia Bunn