Sanguinaria canadensis is the most common form in the wild, with single flowers, although it is less often seen in cultivation. Each shoot produces a short stem with a cup-shaped white flower, which is not long-lived, but is really beautiful while it lasts.
'Bloodroot'. White flowers followed by fleshy grey-green leaves.
||1 litre pot|
||woods and dry slopes|
||well drained soil|
||6 - 20 cm|