This is a wood violet. This flower is the state flower in Wisconsin, Illinois, New Jersey, and, Rhode Island!

Wood Violet
American Black currant
The black currant is a shrub with maple-like leaves with toothed edges.
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Blooming bloodroot
Any guesses how this plant got its name?
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Bunchberry with berries
In the fall, the bunchberry lives up to its name.
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Dune Thistle, Photo Credit: Samara Hamze
Wisconsin Status: ThreatenedFederal Status: Threatened
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Close up of Dutchman's breeches
What do these flowers look like to you?
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Eurasion Water-Milfoil on white background, Photo Credit: Flora of Wisconsin, Paul Skawinski, CC BY-SA
Preventing milfoil from reaching a lake or spreading is extremely important.
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Garlic Mustard
No—It's not something you put on your sandwich
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Hepatica
This plant gets its name from the Latin word for liver, hepaticus.
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Forest with white trillium in blossom
The trillium gets its name from the Latin word for three.
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Close up of leafy spurge
Leafy spurge is considered a noxious weed under Wisconsin law.
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Wood Anemone growing
You'll find this plant in dry to medium open woods and clearings.
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