Wildflowers of New York

Hepatica - Sharp-lobed

A photographic collection and brief reference to help identify Wildflowers found in New York

Hepatica
- Sharp-lobed
Anemone acutiloba

Buttercup Family

One of the first flowers to bloom in early spring. Emerging leaves look like some kind of hairy alien claws

The difference between Sharp-lobed and Round-lobed Hepatica is the leaf tips. Flowers are so similar that identifing which is which is unrealiable.

Found: Deciduous - Mixed Woods
Height: 4 - 9 inch
March - April bloom time

Hepatica - Sharp-lobed

Hepatica - Sharp-lobed

Hepatica - Sharp-lobed