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Bellwort

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Uvularia perfoliata
Bellwort

Habitat

Found in open woodlands and meadows.

Description

Single, yellow, drooping bell-shaped flower with orange spots inside, located at the end of the stem. Leaves are oblong and wrap around the stem at the base. Up to 2' tall - blooms in the spring.

Taxonomic Features (Traits) for Identification

  • Flower Type: Flower Regular with 6 petals, nodding

  • Flower Color: Yellow

  • Leaf Arrangement: Alternate
  • Plant Type: Wildflower

  • Leaf Type: Egg-shaped, entire (smooth edge) and clasping stem

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