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Toothwort plants can grow in climate zones three through eight and look beautiful as they grow and bloom during April through May each year. They have tiny white blooms, and the leaves are a dark green, so the blooms are showy. They can grow to be about three-quarters of a foot tall and can also spread to be just as wide when full grown. They thrive when planted in partially shaded gardens and natural areas. They also thrive in rich, humusy and well-drained soils. This plant is also known as Cutleaf toothwort and Cardamine Concatenata for the scientific name.