A native woodland staple. Three green leaves on a single stem produce a three petaled flower with yellow sepals. Petals are slightly wavy and usually 3-4 inches wide. White flowers will mature into a delicate pink. A shade loving perennial that does not like to dry out. Flowers from April to June after bloom it produces small white berries. A slow spreader that grows 1-2 feet tall and only about 1 foot tall.