They are bright yellow (these are actually the sepals and not the petals) with heart-shaped, slightly toothed leaves. They have long stalks. They bloom in the spring.
Flower Type: Flowers regular with 5 petals and central cluster
Flower Color: Yellow
Leaf Arrangement: Alternate
Plant Type: Wildflower (Medium - 1-2 feet)
Leaf Type: Heart-shaped and mildly toothed on long stalked - often growing right out of the water
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