It's done well in our emerging woodland garden, too.
|clumps of bloodroot along the front path|
Happily, the large plant (transplanted from a shadier site in back) has been a prolific seed producer, and ants have "planted" new clumps around. Even the small seedlings (with the abundant rain over the last year) have flourished.
|parent with offspring|
environment can really flourish.
|the original parent (transplanted from a shadier spot in the garden)|
Bloodroot has been a favorite spring wildflower.
Here are some previous musings over the past 5+ seasons.