Bombus in there with a hefty load of pollen
Herbaceous dicot. 6in high
Young leaves have white spots
Leaves opposite, pinnately lobed into 3-5 lobes, coarsely toothed
Stem purplish at node
Flower bud in pair with spiky hairs
herbaceous plant, less than 5" tall, alternate leaves pinnately divided into 5 leaflets, green leaves with white patches. leaf margins toothed
The Virginia Waterleaf (Hydrophyllum virginianum, often misspelled as virginicum) is an herbaceous perennial plant native to Eastern North America. The plant sometimes spreads by rhizomes to form large colonies in wooded areas. It can also spread by seeds. The seedling usually appear early to mid-spring. Flowers are blue, white, or purple, appearing in mid to late spring. Flowers exposed to sunlight bleach rapidly. Often the newer leaves are solid green with white spots appearing as they...