April 20, 2011

April 20th, 2011 by Michael

In the large garden at the north end of the Silver Center on Main Street is a group of Bloodroot {Sanguinaria canadensis} in bloom with attractive white flowers that are a light pink in bud. Bloodroot seeds are spread by ants and this planting was the result of the ant’s industriousness. The common name comes from the red color in the liquid sap in the roots.

In Plymouth Magazine

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