Curious low plant. Two heart-shaped leaves emerging from the gound
bear between them a single purple-brown, cup-like flower with 3 long
pointed lobes. The flower generally lies on the ground between the
leaves. Blooms in the spring.
A native woodland plant from a
mostly tropical family. Fairly common on the eastern slope of the
Park, but the flower is overlooked.
Unmistakable in flower; nothing else in the Park resembles it.