Yellow flower head looks similar to a dandelion on a very long stem. The long, thin leaves wrap around the stem at the base and look like big blades of grass. Flowers close midday.
Flower Type: Single flower with 5-7 petal-like sepals
Flower Color: White
Leaf Arrangement: Around the base - they come up after the flowers have bloomed
Plant Type: Wildflower (Small - trailing along forest floor)
Leaf Type: Divided into 3 toothed, shiny leaflets that stay green all winter
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