Cardamine concatenata – Cut-leaf Toothwort

Cut-leaf Toothwort (Cardamine concatenata) is a native, edible ephemeral in the mustard family. Cut-leaf toothwort can be found in hardwood forests with rich soil. They are often found growing near other spring ephemerals such as Virginia Spring beauty and trout lily. They can form dense colonies from their tubers.   Cut-leaf toothwort has three deeply […]

Cardamine diphylla – Two-leaved Toothwort

  Two-leaved Toothwort (Cardamine diphylla) is a native, edible plant in the brassicaceae (mustard) family. From the root of Two-leaved Toothwort emerges 2 leaves, each with 3 coarsely toothed leaflets. The plant emerges early in spring and blooms from mid-April to mid-May. Two-leaved Toothwort can be found in most of Eastern North America. It often […]