Claytonia Virginica

Eastern Spring Beauty growing in the woodland perverse of Southeastern Pennsylvania.  Small but brilliant flowers along the hiking trail are some of the many wild flowers that can be observed this time of year.  Edible, the roots of the plant were cooked like potatoes by the Algonquin as food.

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