A yellow flower with six petals that curve back on themselves and six bronze or orange stamens.
|Habitat||Also called Dogtooth Violet and Adder's Tongue. Trout Lily is named for its spotted leaves that look like a brown or brook trout in the water. Another of our fantastic spring flowers of the woods. Trout Lily are clonal plants. They grow in clusters of single leaf plant colonies. A two leafed plant will emerge and produce a flower. A myrmecochorous plant, ants help disperse the seeds and reduce seed predation.|
|Leaf Description||Leaves are one to two long-oval shaped green leaves with marron-mottled spots.|
|Light Source||Partial Shade|