|Anemone quinquefolia||Crowfoot Family||Ranunculaceae|
|April - May||infrequent|
Description: From3 to 8 inches tall, with Leaves are deeply cut and appear to be divided into 3 or more frequently, 5 leaflets. Flowers have 5 petals (sometimes 4 or 9) are really sepals, with 1 flowers per stalk. Buttercup Family, a low delicate woodland plant. Also called "wind Flower" because the leaves tremble at every whisper of the wind, "anemos" Greek word for wind.
Location: Open woods, thickets and clearings, along woodland streams.
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