Toothwort (Cardamine concatenata)
Toothwort is one of the first plants to bloom in spring; providing much-needed nectar to early spring-flying insects. Dozens of white to pale-pink flowers will cover a healthy colony of plants just a few years after transplant or division. It is also called Cutleaf Toothwort and Dentaria laciniata. It will go dormant mid-summer.
Sun Exposure - Shade
Soil Moisture - Medium-Wet, Medium
Height - 12 inches
Bloom Time - April, May
Bloom Color - White
Photo courtesy of Prairie Moon.