A common woodland perennial with finely divided compound leaves that give the plant an airy, lacy appearance. There are both male and female plants. Male flowers are greenish-white and fringed.
Female flowers have greenish-white sepals that look like petals. The pistils in the centre of the flower are greenish to pinkish-purple. Habitats are Aspen forests and moist prairies and meadows.
Bloom time: May - July.
Height: 30 - 90 cm (12 - 36")
Growing conditions: Quite adaptable to most conditions, but prefers adequate moisture.
Hard to transplant, so transplant when at the seedling stage.