About Wild Lion's Foot
Small bunches of nodding white to pinkish half-inch buds open late July–early August to reveal purplish bracts and white petals with toothed tips. The bell-shaped flowers hang down. Leaves are variable in shape, but the large, three-lobed ones look somewhat like a lion's paw.
About Lion's Foot
One of the few late-summer blooming woodland residents. Lightly scented. Loved by bumblebees. Also known as white rattlesnake-root. Seed from Clayton County, Iowa.