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Sanguinaria canadensis
Brent Wilson
Portrait of a bloodroot
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Bloodroot leaf
Suzan Mandla
Water droplets on plants draw my eye like a magnet. I was mesmerized by these tiny droplets sparkling like diamonds in the sunlight on some bloodroot leaves.
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Bloodroot - Sanguinaria Canadensis
Debbie Oppermann
"Bloodroot" by Debbie Oppermann. Bloodroot is a gorgeous, delicate white wildflower found growing in shady woods that bloom in early spring and only last for a few days, so I was very fortunate to see them at the arboretum in Guelph Ontario Canada.
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Bloodroot
Mike Crosby
an early spring flower, these were along a path, in a local park
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Lina Spakovskiene
The picture was taken in Toronto at Beltline Trail.
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Bloodroot
M Hughes
This native plant is a spring favourite.
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Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis)
Peter Rasberry
Bloodroot, backlit beneath the hemlocks and beech of the spring forest.
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Bloodroot
peter Rasberry
I came across these bloodroot flowers along a community trail near my home, and made several visits until the light was just right on this grouping.