Fisher Creek Trail, North Cascades N.P. , WA, 8/2012.
Many urn-shaped flowers filled with seeds hang like pendants off a long raceme in this showy saprophyte (a name for plants that derive their nourishment from decaying plant material). (more…)
July 2, 2013 | Categories: August, Cascades, Columbia Gorge West, dry open woods, heath, July, Mid Elevation, pink, raceme, saprophytic/mycotrophic, shaded forests, Southern Oregon / Northern California, Washington | Tags: flower, North Cascades National Park, Wildflowers | Leave a comment
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