Lake Louise, Banff N.P. , Alberta, Canada. 7/2011.
This plant’s boiled roots were once used as a cure for diarrhea. It’s better known cousin, Crimson Columbine can be found here.
August 10, 2011 | Categories: Alberta, Alpine, buttercup, dry open woods, East of Cascades, July, medicinal, Mid Elevation, yellow | Tags: Banff, flower, Lake Louise, Wildflowers | Leave a comment
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