Clusters of white flowers, usually several blooming at a time and sometimes nodding, at the end of a stem usually shorter than the height of surrounding leaves. Flowers are 1/2 to 3/4″ wide with 5 round to oval petals, about 20 yellow stamens surrounding a yellowish center, and 5 sharply pointed sepals as long as or shorter than the petals.
|Season Bloom||April - June|
|Habitat||Part shade, sun; dry open fields, woodland edges, along railroads, roadsides|
|Leaf Description||Leaves are basal and palmately compound in groups of 3. Leaflets are 1 to 1 1/2" long, 3/4 to 1" wide, oval to wedge-shaped rounded at the tip end, coarsely toothed, softly veined, generally finely hairy throughout, the central leaflet on a short stalk, the compound leaf on a long hairy stem.|
|Light Source||Partial Shade, Sun|
|Location||Rain Garden, Woodland|