Flat-topped clusters of attractive small (1/4 inch) deep yellow flowers from April to June (rarely later), basal leaves (1-4 inch) are oval & tapering to the base with smaller finely cut leaves on the flowering stems, great semi-evergreen groundcover, food plant for Northern Metalmark Butterfly caterpillars (Calephelis borealis), nectar attracts butterflies (and other insects), native to wooded slopes and banks, clump forming by rhizomes.
0.5-1.5 foot tall
Plant Hardiness Zones: 4a-8b
Native Range: s. NH & VT west to s. MI & IL, south to the FL panhandle & NM
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