Saturday, July 25, 2009

Circaea lutetiana in bloom

[Photo: Circaea lutetiana in bloom.]Circaea lutetiana, known in English as "enchanter's nightshade" and in French as herbe-aux-sorcières or circée de Paris, is a perennial native to eastern and central North America.

This was the only thing I saw blooming in the forests at High Park; most Canadian forest plants bloom in spring before the trees get their leaves.

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