Sanguinaria Canadensiscomments (0) April 11th, 2011 in gallery
Sanguinaria canadensis could be the poster child for the word "ephemeral" since the blossoms only last 4 or 5 days. A beautiful flower one day and a scatter of silken petals the next. The scalloped leaves persist for a short while and then retreat underground for another year. Short-lived but worth the wait.
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