This is a plant that doesn't like my place, so I have to enjoy it wherever I can find it.
These little goomers were popping up while still covered with cottonwood leaf litter.
Then we could recognize them as younger shoots, below:
This wad of cordage is some storm-downed weeping willow she gave me. It's going to be a tea to try to root a plant in. The stuff in willow is a good rooting hormone as well as the tender tips being good for headache. I just tied a wad of it up with other pieces of broken whippy branches.
This is my favorite picture of the bloodroot sprouts because you can see how the broad initial leaf is furled around itself like a flag. Just pretty.