Coefficient of Conservatism:
Coefficient of Wetness:
R. W. Smith
Rich deciduous forests, usually mesic beech-maple stands, occasionally swampy or relatively dry forests.
A familiar wildflower, reaching the peak of its blooming a week or more earlier than Dicentra canadensis when the two grow together in the same or nearby forests, as they often do. The distinctive basal bulblets, crowded in a large bulb-like assemblage, owe their pink color to copious minute red dots. These dots are rarely absent, leaving the bulblets white.
See notes under Dicentra canadensis for possibly hybrids