Named for Their Liver Shaped Leaves

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Round-lobed Hepatica (Hepatica nobilis var. obtusa)

This spring flower is named for its leaves which resemble the lobes of a liver in shape.  The flowers come in a range of colors from white to dark blue.

Species information from eNature.com:  Round-lobed Hepatica
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