Cardamine bulbosa (Schreb. ex Muhl.) B.S.P.
Habitat: Rich woods, wooded bottoms, swamps and streamshores. [Hardwood to mixed forest (forest, upland)]
Range: Quebec and Maine, west to Manitoba and North Dakota, south to Kansas and Florida.
Aids to Identification:
Phenology: Flowers in spring. A perennial.
Synonyms: Arabis bulbosa Schreb. ex Muhl.; Cardamine rhomboidea (Pers.) DC.
Known Distribution in Maine: This rare plant has been documented from a total of 1 town(s) in the following county(ies): York.
Reason(s) for rarity: Unknown. The single Maine station is large and well-established.
Conservation considerations: Invasive species may be a threat at the site.