Hepatica

Its leaves resemble human liver. It grows mostly in the wild from itsĀ seeds in the rich soil of forests. You can also propagate them by dividing the clumps of plants after finishing the flowering season.

Hepatica loves shady areas underneath the trees. It is suited best to the colder climate.

The leaves stay green through the winter to provide nutrients for the plant.

It blooms late winter and needs plenty of water.

Watch this video to learn more about hepatica.

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