This species is typically found in moist shady areas. Male and female flowers are found on separate plants. Male flowers are more showy, with long dangling anthers. Female plants are also attractive with delicate foliage. (Wild collected from Benton County)
- Height 24-36”
- Width 18-24”
- Water: wet to moist
- Sun: partial shade
- Bloom time: April
- Direct sowing: Best sown in fall. Seed need exposure to 3 months of winter temperatures before they will germinate in early spring.
- Growing transplants: Seeds are dormant and require 90 days of cold moist stratification before they will germinate.