If you dig up the wood anemone root you find that it is like a rough brown bit of stick.
Who ever saw a wood anemone or a heath blossom in the wrong place?
Similar curious departure from the accustomed habitat of the wood–anemone has since been observed at Cheadle and at Alderley.
The bainne-bo-bliatain (wood anemone) is good for the headache, if you put the leaves of it on your head.
No flowers could he see, but once or twice a wood anemone, and now and then a tiny grove of wood-sorrel.
It is said that the wood anemone never blossoms earlier than March 16, and never later than April 2.