Weekly Puzzler Answer #106

Did you know the identity of these leaves for last week’s puzzler?

se-4111 If you said Bloodroot (Sanguinaria canadensis) you are correct! Have you seen this? Know what the flower look like? Here is a photo–the flowers are white with yellow stamens. It is in the Poppy family and grows in moist, deciduous woods up to 3,000 feet. The root contains an orange-red sap, hence the name of this plant–Bloodroot.

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