Sanguinaria canadensis or Bloodroot
Another native spring ephemeral that is best grown in moist, organic, well-draining, shady soils. It can be seen along streams and in very rich woodlands. The flowers seen here develop in early April before the trees branch out. Each flower stalk produces a 2" wide, 8-10 petaled, white flower. The flowers open up in the sun then close at night. They are only open for 1-2days.. so get looking, as most of them are either in flower or have already done so!
I am loving diffusing all the oils with Lime so far this 🌸 Spring 🌼 season! My current favorite diffuser recipe is Lime + Grapefruit + Orange 😍😍😍These oils all support rising your spirits and bring about happy feelings..and I’m all about that life!
What have you been loving lately in your diffuser? 🌿