Cardamine concatenata (syn. Dentaria laciniata) is a mustard relative with clusters of small, white to pink, four-petaled flowers in early spring.
Cardamine concatenata (syn. Dentaria laciniata) is an eastern North American mustard relative with compound leaves comprised of three linear, toothed leaflets emerging from the rhizome in late winter and going dormant by early summer. Makes a useful hellebore companion. In spring the plants produce clusters of small, white, four-petaled flowers that can flush pink and are popular with bees and butterflies on stems with linear stem leaves. Can form nice colonies via spreading rhizomes and self-seeding.
Common Name: Cutleaf Toothwort
Family: Brassicaceae (The Mustard Family)
Zone Hardiness: 3-8
Light: Part Shade, Part Sun, Full Shade
Primary Bloom Colour: White/Cream
Secondary Bloom Colour: Pink
Bloom Time: Spring
Soil Moisture: Average, Moist
Benefits: Butterflies, Bees
Deer Resistant: Unknown
BC Native: No
Native Habitat: Wooded valley bottoms and ravines, shaded slopes, floodplains, streambeds, and moist woods from low to moderately high elevations in the eastern US.
Geogrpahical Origin: Americas - North America
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