In early spring, small, white, double flowers bloom above spreading carpets of finely cut leaves: an outer circle of large sepals surrounds a center of overlapping, fluffy white petals; a woodland mixer, sweet and bright and clean.
NOTE: These are SUMMER DORMANT plants; they dry up and go "to sleep" after they bloom in spring. Other examples of summer dormant plants are Tulips and Daffodils. Do not be alarmed when they disappear with the onset of warm weather days--given proper conditions, they will be back the next spring, bigger and better than before.
Mature size: 6-10 inches T & colonizing in good conditions
Minimum temperature: -30° F