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  1. Anemone quinquefolia (wood anemone)
  2. Flowers of Cardamine concatenata (cutleaf toothwort)
  3. Flower of Dicentra canadensis (squirrel corn)
  4. Flower of Dicentra cucullaria (dutchman's breeches)
  5. Flower of Dodecatheon meadia (shooting star)
  6. Flowers  of Erythronium americanum (American trout lily)
  7. Flowers of Mertensia virginica (Virginia bluebells)
  8. Panax trifolius (dwarf ginseng)
  9. Flower of Podophyllum peltatum (May apple)
  10. Flower of Sanguinaria canadensis (bloodroot)

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Native Perennials - Ephemerals:

 These spring ephemerals are perennial woodland wildflowers that complete their above ground growing cycle in a very short period time before going dormant. These species are found in deciduous forests and have adapted to take advantage of the narrow window in spring when the soil has begun to warm, but the tree canopy has not yet blocked the sunlight from reaching the forest floor.