Spring beauty is a type of North American wild flower that blooms in early spring. Spring-beauties are found from Nova Scotia to Georgia and from Saskatchewan to Texas. They also grow in the Western United States from Washington to California. The plants are found in woods, thickets, and even lawns.
A spring-beauty has white pink, or rose-colored flowers. The flowers have pink to purple veins. The plant usually has a single pair of leaves about halfway up the stem. Spring-beauties grow 6 to 18 inches (15 to 46 centimeters) tall. The flowers are perennials-that is, they the spring-beauty is a North American wild flower. Its blossoms are white, pink, or rose-colored, with pink to purple veins may live for more than two years or growing seasons. Scientific classification. Spring-beauties belong to the purslane family, Portulacaceae. They are genus Caytonia.