Late spring and summer native wildflower.
Showy, white flowers, each 1 to 1 1/2 inches wide on long stalks
Lower stem leaves in a whorl of 3 deeply lobed wedge shaped and stalkless.
Upper leaves paired. Basal leaves long stalked with 5-7 lobes.
Plant is 1-2 feet tall.
Damp meadows and shores
Leaves are similar to the Wild Geranium when first emerging and they grow in the same conditions, often side by side.
They bloom about the same time and in similar locales as the Wood Anemone and Thimbleweed Anemone. Wood Anemone is shorter and has smaller flowers. Thimbleweed Anemone has more central and wider leaflets. and a smaller flower, quickly developing the characteristic thimble fruit.