Cardamine anemonoides is a perennial that inhabits deciduous
forest floors; stems erect 1o-20cm in height, with no hairs but with
ridges on them. All leaves are on the branches, of alternate
phyllotaxis, cleft in three; leave on lower parts is small, while
upper part goes measure 1-4cm in length, ovate-lanceolate, with
coarse serrations on margins and short hairs on surfaces. Racemes
set some 1cm-across 4-petaled white flowers in them. Stamens are 6
in number. Bloom time: April-May.