This is a purplish-brown flower that is hard to see right now. There are two leaves per plant and there will be a flower with 6 sepals, 6 petals that are hood-shaped.
Usually it grows from 1-3′ during the April-June months in moist woods. North Carolina is a great spot for this flower. Bees love it when it blooms as it is an early source of food.
Note: The seeds when they rupture out have been used as a coffee substitute.
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