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LARGE FLOWERED BELLWORT
Uvularia grandiflora Lily Family  Liliaceae
April- May Common
Description: From 6 to 24 inches  tall, Stem seems to pass through the leaves, which are finely hairy underneath. U. perfoliata and U. pudica are common species; the former has no hair on the leaves, and the latter's stem does not pass through the leaf.

Location: Rich woods, especially limestone soils.
 

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