Bull of the Woods W.A., OR, 7/2012.
Aka “Common Pink Wintergreen.” The pyrola family has leafless members that receive all their nutrients from the forest floor.
Burnt Lake Trail, Mount Hood N.W., OR, 7/2013
This entry was posted on July 22, 2012 by nwwildflowers. It was filed under buttercup, marsh wetland/water's edge, Oregon, pink, rosette leaf, shaded forests and was tagged with Bull of the Woods, flower, Wildflowers, wintergreen.
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