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Spring Wildflower Walk

Hepatica

hepatica

This plant gets its name from the Latin word for liver, hepaticus. That's because the leaf shape looks kind of like the human liver. Found in the woods when trees are still leafless, hepatica is a sure sign of spring. The leaves of this plant hug the ground and the pink, lavender-blue, or white flowers bloom from April-May.



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